Bluebirds Assistant Manager Adam Temple says Saturday's game against Salford City is a great chance to build on the positive results and performances of late.
Barrow are unbeaten in the last three games in Sky Bet League Two, including a 3-2 victory on the road against Mansfield Town and a 0-0 draw last week at Leyton Orient.
"It's been a very good week in training and the lads have trained well," said Temple.
"With the recent results, there's been an extra spring in their step.
"Salford are a good team with top players and a real definitive style of play."
As part of the EFL Week of Action, Temple hosted a coaching session for a group of local kids at the SO Legal Stadium on Friday afternoon and was something the Barrow assistant boss was really happy with.
"It was great to give the local community a taste of a session with a professional EFL coaching team," said Temple.
"It gave the kids a little flavour of what life is like as a Barrow player.
"[Pete Wild] said at the start of the season he wanted the staff and players to be front facing to the community, and I hope this session has done that and had a positive impact."