Charlie Moone has put both his and the team's fantastic form down to the closest dressing room he's played in.
Charlie is in amongst the country's highest-scoring strikers, his wonder-goal against Wingate in midweek was his 31st in all competitions.
Now, ahead of the club's visit to Maidstone United on Saturday, he has explained the reasons behind the team's upturn in fortunes – attitude and togetherness.
It's game on this weekend no matter how much rain falls with the Stones immaculate 3G pitch able to withstand everything Mother Nature throws our way.
And while Paul and Darren can plan ahead properly without turning to weather watching, their top scorer is hoping it will be fantastic on plastic with Hampton unbeaten in eight.
He said: “We've shown we can cut it against the good sides in this league already – last weekend against Dulwich we were superb second half, and as everyone knows we've won well against Kingstonian and Wealdstone as part of this great run.
A superb first half performance from the team was enough to see off the challenge of Wingate & Finchley at a freezing cold Beveree Stadium.
Already without Bradley Simmonds - out for at least six weeks with a fractured ankle suffered at Dulwich Hamlet - the managers were dealt a further blow before the match. Captain Billy Jeffreys suffered a recurrence of his knee injury and could now need surgery. Paul and Darren opted to slot Stuart Lake into the heart of defence, and replaced Billy with Ben Harris. This meant a change of formation to 4-3-3, and it proved very effective during the first period.
Almost immediately, Hampton asserted their dominance on the game. A third minute corner from Dave Tarpey was met by the head of Harris. His on target header was cleared from inside the six yard box, and Joe Turner volleyed the loose ball over. Tarpey and Turner brought saves out of visiting goalkeeper Bobby Smith in the first ten minutes, but Hampton weren't going to be kept out for...