Ladder-leading Northern Rangers picked up their 11th win in 14 undefeated games by inflicting a 6-0 thumping on Burnie at the NTCA Ground.
"I couldn't be asking for more at this stage," he said. "Although that could change as we get closer to the pointy end of the season."
Goals from Stefan Tantari and Daniel Syson against his old club saw second-placed Devonport beat Launceston City 2-0 but home coach Drew McNeill said his team is aware of the bigger picture.
Bottom-placed City have collected just two points this season but the Northern Championship side continues to provide a pivotal stepping stone for promising youngsters aspiring to the top flight.
"All teams in this club gear up to what the NPL side needs," McNeill said. "They are the no.1 team and we service them.
"We are in a rebuilding stage and are looking to be competitive and we were today."
McNeill praised central midfielder Dan Smith, centre backs Alex Bower and Jesse Hudson and a glut of developing teenagers for being his team's backbone in a testing season.
Third-placed Launceston United lost for just the second time in 10 games, going down 2-1 to Somerset at Cardigan Street.
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