EASTLEIGH boss Richard Hill claimed that "you are seeing a different side to us now" after Tuesday's 2-1 win over Boreham Wood in the National League.

Paul McCallum scored twice for the Spitfires and they are now 11th in the table ahead of a tough trip to Chesterfield on Saturday.

With the score at 1-1, McCallum produced an excellent volley to give Hill's side the win and the manager was happy with the resilience shown.

Speaking to Eastleigh's official club media, he said: "It was a hard game wasn’t it. We knew it was going to be a hard game. We probably were not at our best but they made it difficult. You have to give them credit.

"They are on a little bit of a recovery mission from the FA Cup. We have come out again with two clinical finishes. We had to stay strong as a team. You are seeing a different side to us now.

"Whereas earlier in the season we were shipping a couple rather than one. I’m seeing a little bit more of an over-my-dead-body attitude."

After Eastleigh face Chesterfield, they then host Reading in the FA Cup at the Silverlake Stadium on Sunday, December 3.