The Ryman Football League
Published 8th December 2011
The Anvils' boss admitted that the Ryman League Division One South has been a far tougher league than he expected.
But he now believes he has the quality in his squad to keep pushing up - and that a victory against high-flying Worthing shows their improvement.
"We're most definitely turning things around," he said.
"The last four or five games have been a lot better.
"If we'd taken all our chances we'd have won our last six games," he added.
"We've made an awful lot of changes, but the squad we've got now is quality."
By contrast to chances created in previous games, last Saturday Guirey said they only created three chances - and converted two.
That left the manager delighted. "Normally it takes five or six chances for us to score," he said.
"It was a really good performance. Worthing are flying.
"They were fourth with a lot of games in hand. I think there were unbeaten in something like sixteen games."
The additions to the Anvils now include striker Jamie Cade, brought in from Lewes, whom Guirey described as a "quality, quality" player.
"This season has opened my eyes completely," Guirey said. "This league is a lot tougher than people think."