Barnstaple Town manager Barry Yeo wants his side to enjoy their remaining games as the Southern League season enters its final month. Barum were 3-1 winners over Slimbridge on Saturday afternoon in Division One South and West. Shaun Copp and Kyle Paine gave them a 2-0 half-time lead, before James Blakes injury time lob sealed three points. Adam Mace had made it 2-1 with a well-taken goal in the second half. It was competitive and it had an edge about it, said Yeo. We want to enjoy as many games as we can and we want to get as many points as we can and I thought today we started very well. At half-time I said it was about being complacent, and we were a little bit complacent in the second half, we werent at it enough, but Im being critical at times. I think to win 3-1 is a great result. Yeo was also full of praise for Copp, who celebrated his first start for Barnstaple since January 28 with a well-taken goal. Its great to have him back, Yeo said after Saturdays game. I feel sorry for him, because he gets a run of games and with his lung its cost him a little bit, but its great to have him back in the fold. He gives you great quality, great energy, hes got two great feet and hes scored again today. Thats two in two for him so to have him back is fantastic. Were delighted with him and hell be looking forward to the rest of the season, especially with the games weve got coming up, so it was good to have him back. The season resumes for Barnstaple Town on Tuesday night, with a long journey to North Leigh, and Yeo will be hoping his side can kick on from back-to-back wins. Weve turned them over here and theyll be looking to turn us over, he said. Its another game of football. The lads have got to go and enjoy themselves now for the next four or five games and well try and get a positive result and keep the run going. Thats two in two now, if we can get another one itll be quite nice. Weve still got goals we want to reach and hopefully we can reach them.