A month ago, it was all doom and gloom in the Moseley camp.
Defeat at promotion rivals Newbury had supposedly ended any hopes the Bournbrook side had of lining up alongside Birmingham neighbours Pertemps Bees in National One next season.
But four weeks on ? and with a hat-trick of victories under their belts ? Moseley are back in the shake-up at the top of the table.
Leaders Doncaster may look home and dry but only four points separate Newbury and Moseley in their fight for that second promotion place.
While Moseley have a 100 per cent sequence in February, they have been far from convincing in their rugby.
That was the case as they rounded off the month with a four-try haul in the capital.
Park took only two minutes to bag the opening try and then ran in two more as they out- muscled their visitors.
The embarrassing ease with which the home side opened up a lead is something to concern director of rugby John Beale.
He said: ?We know we lack a little bit of bulk up front ? it?s not the strongest part of our game ? but we know we have a lot of skill behind them and that we can create chances to score.
?But we have difficult games coming up and, if we succumb that easily, then we will be in trouble and all the good work we have done will come to nothing.?
Skipper Jim Hayes scored Park?s opening score with front row Richard Cable claiming the others as the Londoners drove over after winning line-out ball thanks to the aerial power of back row Kai Blankley.
Nathan Bressington gathered a chip into the corner from brother Alistair to keep Moseley in touch, Ollie Thomas adding the other points as the visitors went in at the break 18-10 in arrears.
But it was a different story in the second half as the visitors gradually hauled themselves back into the game.
A brace of Thomas penalties ? a third effort hit the upright ? closed the gap to two points before three tries in the final quarter took the visitors clear, earning them the bonus point in the process.
Tom Warren capped an impressive display with a try on the hour before James Aston squirmed his way over.
By now the London side had been reduced to 14 men, flanker Lysander Strong finding himself in the sin bin, while Mark Evans secured the bonus-clinching fourth try in the closing minutes.
Strong was sent off late on following a second yellow card but that should take nothing from Moseley?s battling second-half display.
Beale said: ?In the first 15 minutes, we had three opportunities to score tries but got just one of them. We proceeded to be our own worst enemy. We didn?t have people willing to take it on, maybe by throwing a dummy and playing simple rugby.
?In the second half, we started to get it right and in the end it turned out to be a well-fought win. Our line-out performed very well and our scrummage and maul were much better.?
Rosslyn Park: J Justice; Harlock, Ridley, Dench (Dowse 49), Chatterton; Paul, Lapidus; Cooke (Cure 41), Sambrook (Whitehouse 79), Cable, Hayes, Lonsdale, Strong, Blankley, Count. Replacement: S Justice.
Moseley: A Bressington; N Bressington (Colvin 52), Binns, Cox, Aston; Thomas, Taylor; Coles, Caves, Buxton, Daniell, Stott, Evans, Warren, Southern (Hunt 52). Replacements: Low, Samra.
Referee: Rowan Kitt (RFU)