CAUSEWAY United boss Andy Mole says he is pleased with his team's progress this season.
United bagged their second league win of the campaign when beating Tipton Town 2-1 at home on Monday.
The result saw them bounce back from Saturday's defeat against Walsall Wood.
Goals from Aaron Lloyd and Sam Beasley saw them come from behind after Tipton's James Smith had struck in the seventh minute.
The match was delayed for nearly an hour after midfielder Julian Triana suffered a broken ankle.
Mole said: "We played well against Walsall so I'm glad we got the result against Tipton.
"We are definitely progressing with each game and heading in the right direction.
"The loss of Julian will be a blow to us because he's a very good player. I am going to look to add the squad now."
That strengthening has started with the arrival of Jack Pearlam from Tividale.
"Our home form has been really good," added Mole. "We now need to improve our away form and we will start to go places."