HIS team may have delivered back-to-back wins, eight goals and two clean sheets, but Braintree Town manager Glen Driver is clearly not a boss who will rest on his laurels.

The Iron backed up their 3-0 win at St Albans City by beating Eastbourne Borough 5-0 last weekend for their first Vanarama National League South home victory under Driver's managerial tenure.

It was an impressive display at both ends of the Cressing Road pitch, but Driver knows his team still has a long way to go and he said he was looking to add more experience into his squad if he could.

“We are still short in one or two areas," said the Iron boss.

“In our positional play, there are one or two younger lads there who on another day could find this level hard and we have to nurse them in.

“We want to bring in one or two more senior players and hopefully keep the younger ones if they want to be patient.

“We don’t have a reserve side so people may have to be patient, but we have to make sure what we do bring in is better than what we have got and they will have to have the right character."

However, Driver admitted that, with him having to work with one of the National League South's tightest budgets, bringing in new faces could mean that some existing squad members may have to move on.

He added: “To add to the group, it does mean we may have to release.

“Everyone knows the situation here and the chairman has come out and said that the purse strings are not as loose as they are at some other clubs.

“That’s absolutely correct and I totally respect that; I get that and bringing in a senior player most likely means you’re going to have to let a player go.

“But I want to get this right and I haven’t got it right yet.

“When I was (manager) at Leiston, I felt I had it right and I had a 16 or 17 group of players who I could trust and that’s something we have to keep building towards.

“Hopefully one or two who are already showing an interest may come through the door and just make us that little bit better and add a little bit more experience when we do come up against the big boys of this division rather than getting spanked 4-0 and we can compete more."