Carl Fletcher looks to build on Plymouth Argyle win
Plymouth Argyle manager Carl Fletcher wants his side to build on their impressive
The victory, only their second league win in the past eight games, moved Argyle up to 18th place in League Two.
"We're delighted to get four goals away from home and hopefully we can kick on," Fletcher told BBC Radio Devon.
"Maybe we've been a bit unfortunate with results at home that maybe haven't gone our way, but hopefully we'll maintain the confidence we've gained."
The build-up to Plymouth's game was overshadowed by the arrival of ex-Holland international Edgar Davids, who became joint-head coach at Barnet on Friday.
But Fletcher was pleased his side managed to claim their second win in a week, after the Pilgrims had beaten Aldershot Town 2-1 in the second round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on Tuesday.
"With the whole Edgar Davids thing it was a case of making sure we were aware of it but not letting it affect us," added Fletcher.
"They've done really well lately and maybe not got the results their performances had deserved.
"Apart from the last 15-20 minutes of the first half I felt we were in control of the game."