Gordon Bartlett admits he has no idea which one of his players will volunteer to take a penalty when the situation arises.
Many fans were puzzled when Greg Ngoyi demanded to take a spot kick just minutes after coming on as a substitute against Hendon.
They would argue their suspicions were confirmed when the young striker's weak shot was saved by Hendon stopper William Viner,yet the Stones manager insists he will back the player who is feeling the most confident at the time.
"We don't assign penalty duties and that is something that has been a bone of contention here for some years," said Bartlett. "Dean Papali was a specialist penalty taker but we have not had one here recently. Everyone has opinions on it and mine is whoever feels confident about taking one, can.
"There was no doubt that Greg wanted to take it but it was the reaction after missing it that I looked out for.
"For five minutes after I think it played on Greg's mind as he is the type of lad that feels he has let the others down.
"But he has been an absolute diamond since arriving here. It has been a gradual process but his attitude has been superb and we're now just looking for that consistency."
The 21-year-old, despite scoring the winner,soured his afternoon with a red card and has been fined by the club.
"There was no need to do it and the nature of the tackle meant he was always going to get sent off," added Bartlett.
"I've no qualms with it and Greg apologised.
"It was out of character and I think he was still buzzing from the adrenaline (after scoring)."