Gordon Bartlett has revealed that he plans to stick with the squad that has won five of the last six league games for the rest of the season.
Saturday's defeat to Ryman Premier leaders Dover Athletic was Wealdstone's first in the league since the 3-2 home reversal to Canvey Island in mid-October, and their good run has propelled them into the top 10.
Bartlett is now putting his faith in the same group of players to build momentum again, starting with this Saturday's trip to Hastings United.
"If you had said to me we would take 15 points out of a possible 18, I would have been delighted, and I am," said the manager. "If we can maintain any sort of consistency like that again this season I will be happy.
"I think we've got a good squad of players and I won't be making wholesale changes [for Saturday]. I hope this will be the case for the rest of the season. There will be a couple of little tweaks here and there, but we must maintain that positive mindset, which I think we lost a bit of last weekend."
Wealdstone, who beat Horsham 2-0 four days earlier thanks to goals from Davis Haule and Marvin Sor-dell, gave as good as they got in the first half against Dover but once Andy Hessenthaler's men sneaked in front via a questionable penalty there was only one side in it.
"I don't consider it to be a blip as I know we can play better than that," added Bartlett. "The lads were disappointed with their performance, collectively. It was a negative result and we will aim to bounce back on Saturday."
And what does the manager make of Saturday's opponents?
"Hastings are similar to us, in that they had a poor start to the season before doing quite well. They only lost 1-0 to Cambridge City last weekend and it will be another tricky game for us. I said some time ago that these five games would be hard for us and we've won three out of the four, so it would be nice to make it four out of five. We will go into the game with an open mind."
New signing Danny Spendlove could be in the frame for his first start after coming on as a second half substitute against the Whites. The midfielder had agreed to sign for Stones in pre-season only for Cambridge City to make a late swoop for the former Ware player.
However, he only made 11 appearances for the Milton Road club, scoring three goals in the process.
"I signed him in pre-season but Cambridge City came in with a seven day notice of approach before he had even kicked a ball for us," said Bartlett. "But he is a very good player and will be a great asset. People keep asking me why we need another midfielder but he can play wide right - we have not had a right sided attacking player. He also provides a foil for Monty [Graeme Montgomery], who I can use in other positions."
Also pushing for a first team debut is striker Greg Ngoyi, who grabbed a brace for the reserves recently. * Wealdstone host Combined Counties League Premier Division side Wembley in the second round of the Middlesex Senior Cup on Tuesday, December 9 (7.45pm kick-off). * Life-long Stones fan Andrew Lane has been appointed to the club's board of directors. Lane has a banking background and he will also become the club's company secretary, succeeding the outgoing Trevor Davies.
He said: "I hope to use my financial experience to contribute to the work of the board, particularly in the areas of budgeting, planning and financial control."