Mauro Vilhete has praised Barnet's decision to give Ulrich Landvreugd and Dick Schreuder joint control of the club, writes Josh Ilan.
The Dutch duo make the step up after Edgar Davids' departure last weekend and began with a 1-0 home victory over Southport - courtesy of a last-minute header from Vilhete.
The in-form winger said of the pair: "Technically they have helped everyone - everyone has improved technically under them. They want us to play different types of formations, how they want us to play and stuff like that.
"I don't think too much has changed. I would just say we are trying to play the same way we played under Mister, but with a little more freedom."
Vilhete, who is the club's second longest-serving player behind Mark Byrne, after making his debut in 2010, also spoke about the mass changes since his time at the club
He added: "We have changed a lot, especially the way we play. We control the game a lot more often under Uli, Dick and, previously, Mister Davods.
"They taught us how we can get on the ball, different ways we can play. I think we're going up, and in the right direction."