Moin believes the club has prospered from his recruitment work.
Woodlands Wellington coach Salim Moin says the club’s recent success is down to the players he has signed.
The Rams are riding high in unfamiliar territory in the S.League this season after propping up the table for three years in succession and rose to fourth position after a 5-2 victory over rock bottom Courts Young Lions on Wednesday.
That was their six wins in the last seven matches in all competitions in what has been a campaign of serious improvement, with the club also able to boast scalps over top sides Home United and Brunei DPMM, as well doing the double against Albirex Niigata.
And a delighted Moin believes the players he has brought at the Woodlands Stadium, like Korean defender Cho Sung-Hwan, have benefitted the squad as a whole and transformed Wellington into a more productive and sophisticated unit.
“It’s the quality of the players that I’ve signed,” the former Singapore international told AsiaOne.
“They are tactically sound, so what I’ve emphasised on is fitness while giving them more tactical knowledge.
“You can see now that they produce good football and they are well-organised. That’s one wonderful part about the players I’ve brought in.”