The Whites are second from bottom of the National League table and the veteran boss has been left frustrated by just one win all season.
But the last two games have seen a big improvement, even if the club haven’t been able to secure a morale-boosting three points.
Draws at home to Ebbsfleet after going behind and a 0-0 draw at Chesterfield has seen confidence raised.
Kinnear thinks it’s only a matter of time before they are back to winning ways.
The manager, whose side face Solihull Moors at home next, said: “The effort in the last two games has been brilliant, the players have been first class.
“It’s been a difficult start, most people know that. We’re not where we want to be but I think the supporters can see the improvement in the last few matches.
“We kept a clean sheet away from home on Saturday against a good Chesterfield side and that’s a good sign.
“We’ve got to keep going, and keep believing. We’ve taken steps in the right direction.”