DANNY Scopes believes Concord Rangers’ team spirit proved invaluable as they returned to winning ways by recording a 3-0 victory over Welling United.

Lamar Reynolds, Joel Nouble and Kreshnic Krasniqi were on target as the Beach Boys recovered from four National League South outings without triumphing.

And Scopes felt the three points were fully deserved after some frustrating results, including throwing away a two-goal lead against Dulwich Hamlet to only draw and suffering a narrow defeat at St Albans City.

The Concord boss said: “I thought we were unlucky not to win at Dulwich Hamlet and we had enough chances to win two games at St Albans City, so it was nice to get a win.

“We have got a mountain to climb this season because of the budget, having a new group and the toughness of the league.

“We know there will be peaks and troughs during the season so it’s important that the players are not too high when we win or downbeat when we lose.

“Despite going four games without a win, spirits in the camp have remained high and we haven’t changed our mindset.”

Concord broke the deadlock midway through the first half as Reynolds slotted home after being found by Nouble.

Having already grabbed an assist, Nouble added his name to the scoresheet after some neat footwork allowed him to work some space and get a shot away on 64 minutes.

The three points were wrapped up six minutes later.

James Blanchfield found Decarrey Sheriff, who unselfishly squared for Krasniqi to score.

And Scopes was delighted to see his side becoming more clinical in front of goal.

“We were very good on the attack,” added Scopes, who took charge in May.

“Although we created less chances than at St Albans, we were more clinical and goals make the difference.

“We have got to take our chances and the boys did that.

“It was great than Noubz got a goal and assist.

“I was also pleased that Lamar got his first goal for the club after being out with an injury.

“We have goalscorers in our team and it’s fantastic that they are finding the back of the net.

“It was also great to keep a clean sheet and goalkeeper Chris Haigh was great.”