The Tudors romped to victory with goals from James Potton (2), man of the match Ryan Newman and substitute Zane Banton to maintain their impressive run of form and keep their promotion push going strong.
“I was very pleased with the performance,” said Brennan. “We created numerous clear goal scoring opportunities and, to be totally honest, we should have been out of sight by half-time.
“We are in good form, and the signs are good. We will continue to take it one game at a time and I feel the whole club is enjoying our first ever experience of Conference South football.”
Asked whether he would rotate his team – with a backlog of fixtures a possibility following a number of postponements in recent weeks – Brennan added: “Our squad is a tad tighter now; we lost Matty Saunders last week to Aldershot and that was blow.
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“I don’t think we are in a position to make wholesale changes to the team.”