A couple of players from neighbours Bedfont Green have helped revitalise Bedfont's season.
Which only seems fair, seeing as Green annoyed Bedfont manager Mick Turtle when he nicked striker Russell Miner from them a few weeks back.
However, moving in the opposite direction were Stephen Coultas and Luke Craig, who have helped Bedfont to three wins in a row.
Last week's 1-0 win over Horley was followed by a 2-1 win over Bookham on Saturday, thanks to goals from Richard Bond and Coultas, and victory by the same scoreline over Guildford City on Tuesday night, with Craig and Aaron Chenneour on target.
That run of results has seen Bedfont rise from the Combined Counties League relegation zone to a comfortable 12th.
But Turtle is not surprised. He said: "I always had confidence these players would come good.
"We've added some good quality players, like Stephen and Luke, and got rid of a few of the bad influences who didn't want to improve themselves.
"But apart from that, we've just been working on the same old things, but they are finally coming good.
"It has probably helped that the standard of referees has improved over the last few games, and we are finally getting the rub of the green too.
"The boys are playing with a bit of confidence and smiles on their faces now, and we have a strong reserve side too to keep them on their toes."
Bedfont have a tough test when they visit second-placed Epsom & Ewell on Saturday, before hosting Bookham in the Premier Challenge Cup on Tuesday night.