Hereford manager Russell Slade says his side are starting to build a mentality at getting victories in difficult conditions.
The Bulls put in a professional performance at Leamington to run away 2-0 victors with Peter Vincenti heading home the opener in the second half before Josh Gowling fired home to seal the away win.
The Bulls have now won three games on the bounce and four in all competitions.
“I’m pleased that we’re starting to get a mentality going which is the strongest thing really,” said Slade.
“If we’re going to go on a journey and be successful we’ve got to have that strong mentality. When things are difficult and uncomfortable we’ve still got to be comfortable in the game.”