A first goal for the club and a first senior hat-trick from Ore Bello was the cherry on top of the cake for Potters Bar Town as they won at Haringey Borough.

The young striker arrived earlier in the month and took just 30 seconds to open his account at Coles Park.

He then pounced twice in the second half to seal a 3-0 success, the fifth Isthmian League Premier Division game in a row without defeat and the ninth in all competitions.

And Bello, who was signed from Dover Athletic, feels he can deliver even more.

He said: "[The first goal] came from a through ball from Temi [Babalola] and it fell into my path.

"I just had to breath, keep my composure and put it in the top left corner.

"In recent games, I've had a rush of blood when I've been in front of goal so I was told to keep my head and that's what I've done.

"The morale is high, everyone is happy and that's the most important thing.

"If you have a good environment, it is reflected on the pitch."

Welwyn Hatfield Times: Potters Bar Town manager Max Mitchell. Picture: LINDA BABAIEPotters Bar Town manager Max Mitchell. Picture: LINDA BABAIE (Image: Linda Babaie)

His manager, Max Mitchell, was full of praise too.

He said: "Ore has come in and we actually felt this was a game for him.

"He's taken his goals really well and he could have even had another one or two on top of that.

"But it was his all-round work rate and the understanding of what we want from him in our shape and our press, that's really pleasing from a young lad.

"He's extremely coachable and he got his just rewards."

The boss was also really impressed with the Scholars' performance but he was keen to impress the need for calmness, especially with a string of home games to come.

Mitchell said: "The boys were excellent and the performance was a sound away performance.

"There was professionalism within the group and our shape was excellent.

"There is a lot of potential in this side and we're starting to show that.

"[The unbeaten streak] is great for momentum, the morale and camaraderie in the group is great, but we have to take one game at a time.

"We have a good blend of youth and experience but we just need to keep turning up in the manner we are at the moment and not get too far ahead of ourselves.

"We have to keep our feet firmly on the ground, we have another tough game on Saturday against Cray Wanderers, but in terms of our performance and control in this game, and in other recent ones, we were excellent.

"Home games are a non-negotiable in terms of our work-rate and results but we'll be well prepared and we're looking forward to the next one."