Gordon Bartlett paid tribute to the Wealdstone fans for their 'fantastic' support after their Conference South campaign came to an end.
The Stones are set to finish the season in mid-table after a difficult start that had them as favourites for the drop.
And the manager believes the fans' support has been pivotal in turning their season around to end on a high with a 3-1 win at Maidenhead.
He said: “A big thank you to the fans who epitomise what they've done by travelling in their numbers to a nothing game on Saturday. The support was magnificent again.
“They've got to take a lot of praise. They stuck with it through difficult times and kept their faith in us.
“There was a party atmosphere at Maidenhead and the 300 were fantastic and created a feel-good factor.”
Bartlett was meeting with the board last night to produce a post-mortem of the season before looking to make personnel changes.
He explained: “We'll look at our own performance in pre-match, warm-ups training, half-time and what we can do better before looking at players.
“We'll look to identify new ones and look at the reserves, scholarship set-up. We'll appraise the season and look to improve for next year.”