Midfielder Kemy Agustien believes everything is starting to click for Barrow AFC after playing a big part in their recent revival.

In what was his fourth game since signing on a short-term deal last month, Agustien opened his account for the Bluebirds with a superb free kick into the top corner in last Saturday’s 2-0 win at Braintree Town.

It wasn’t always the smoothest of rides for AFC at Cressing Road, but the display was still enough for them to make it seven points from the last nine available.

Their improved form has lifted them five places in the National League and into 12th, with the six-game losing streak that preceded it fast becoming a distant memory.

Agustien said: “Everybody loves to score and I want to score, give assists and be an important part of the team.

“I think since the first day, people have been playing and training with me and they now know the player I am.

“I give my all for the team and even though, for this moment, it’s for the short term, you never know what’s going to happen in the future and I’ll put myself about.

“At the moment, everything is clicking at the right moment – I had a good free kick at Braintree and a great assist, so it got the job done.”

Agustien is currently contracted with AFC until January, having previously been training and playing with Birmingham City’s under-23s to maintain his fitness, in an arrangement with former Swansea teammate Garry Monk, who manages the Blues.

He is grateful to Barrow boss Ian Evatt for getting him back into first-team football at a time where the 32-year-old Curacao international was struggling to find a club and he feels the team’s style of play suits him as a player.

Agustien said: “We’ve got a certain game plan and I think that’s our plan, I can really tell that.

“We needed to sort that out and after that we need to play, and I think we try to do that all the time. We tried to do that at Braintree as well, but it was quite hard with their pitch.

“It was away from home and the pitch really isn’t the best pitch, but we can’t really complain.

“We all know for a fact we can do better, that’s the main thing, but we’ve got three clean sheets and we’re scoring goals.”