Oxford City goalkeeper Ben Dudzinski has praised the standard of the overall set-up since his arrival last year.
The ex-Havant & Waterlooville player joined the National League South club last September.
Along with occupying a play-off place (with games in hand on the three teams above) at the time of the season being curtailed, the Hoops reached the second round proper of the FA Cup and the last eight of the FA Trophy.
Speaking as part of an extended interview with this site, Dudzinski said: “Overall, it’s been absolutely fantastic. As most teams in the Conference South are, it is part-time, but they’re really doing everything they can with that set-up.
“The staff when we go to train, there’s a real professional atmosphere and it’s obviously helped us to cultivate a good environment, and to be successful in the games. The manager (David Oldfield)’s been great, goalie coach has been great, assistant coaches, the whole team.
“It’s been a really good atmosphere to be a part of. A very professional set-up that I think has shown on the pitch as well.”