YORK City are going well at the moment. They have four wins from four games, and 12 goals helping them on their way.

Tomorrow evening (7.45pm), the Minstermen host Hereford looking for their fifth after Saturday's 2-1 win at Darlington.

Here are five things we learnt at the weekend.

1. York's confidence is high

The body language says it all.

True, it took York a few minutes to find their feet at the start at Darlington, and their goal did seem to rock the visitors.

But for good portions of the game, City were enterprising, front-foot and have plenty of keen, driving runners.

2. Buoyant Clayton will benefit

Clayton Donaldson scored both goals in the win but should have come away with at least a hat-trick.

Disappointing it may be that he didn't punish Darlington even more, at least he was in the right places to receive the balls to come close.

And on the topic of confidence - how about that penalty?

3. City's defence is not back to full strength

With left-back Scott Barrow and centre-back Sean Newton still side-lined, this might sound fairly obvious, though it must be said those who have been played out of position in the back line have all performed admirably.

But the manner of Darlington's goal highlighted how fragile the balance can be. A launched throw into the box was headed on by Jake Cassidy, rising easily over the returning Josh King, beyond a stranded Matty Brown and to Luke Charman, who held off Michael Duckworth and squeezed a shot in at Pete Jameson's near post.

4. Heaney has a mean left foot

Mackenzie Heaney has already picked up a few assists and goals since his trial at Whitby in July, most coming off the instep of his left boot.

He got another assist with an inswinging corner at Darlington before seeing Donaldson flagged offside when he headed home off another wicked whipped cross.

5. City have taken their chances

These last few games have presented York with an opportunity to build up some momentum - and they have seized it with both hands.

League strugglers and lower-league FA Cup opposition have been swept aside, along with a vital win at Spennymoor Town.

There are more of those to come soon - can City keep it going?