ADAM HINSHELWOOD will not rest on his laurels after picking up his first victory as York City manager.

Lenell John-Lewis’ 89th minute winner earned Hinshelwood a needed first three points as York manager, defeating Aldershot Town 1-0 at the LNER Community Stadium.

Whilst the victory was one to be pleased of for Hinshelwood, the City boss admitted that he wouldn’t be resting on his laurels ahead of a first full week of training under the new management team.

“Four points from five games now is not what you need to be doing at this stage of the season,” Hinshelwood admitted.

“It’s one win, but I’m hoping that the confidence we can generate from it and the belief we can get, the belief the players can gain from today we can take into a run of games.

“It’s so important that we came away with something, we’ve got to keep demanding that from the players and it’s good to have a full week of coaching and working with them.

“There are mixed emotions because I thoroughly enjoyed that today, and that is something I want to have a few more times here.

“It will be nice to work with the players, as a new manager coming in sometimes you need a result for the players to fully buy into what you’re doing.

“I think they have, they’ve bought into how we want to play and our coaching style.

“I’m hoping now that they have fully experienced three points that they will buy into it more, and there will be a bit more belief and confidence in what we are doing.

“I’m really looking forward to having a full week to prepare for a very difficult game next Saturday.”

Hinshelwood also spoke on a tough start to life as York manager, admitting that he had struggled to deal with early criticism as he looks to build a closer relationship with supporters.

Hinshelwood admitted: “I’m not going to lie, it’s been difficult from day one.

“Fans coming down and shouting that you’re not on your holidays anymore, I really felt that I wasn’t in the comfort zone of Worthing anymore.

“But it is a big club, they are passionate about their team and if we can get it right and provide performances like today (Saturday) then you can see that they will get behind you as well.

“It’s down to us as the coaching staff, the players and the squad to keep them on so that the supporters do get behind us.

“It was tough, going over to applaud the travelling fans on Tuesday, it was difficult.”