Jack Leach has praised captain Ben Stokes and head coach Brendon McCullum for their leadership and says he has "never experience anything" like playing in this England Test side.
The Somerset spinner took 5-66 on day four of England's fourth Test against New Zealand to claim his first 10-wicket haul in the format.
Leach is the first England spinner to take 10 wickets in a Test since Moeen Ali in 2017.
Not since Derek Underwood against Pakistan at Lord's in 1974 had an England spinner claimed two five-fors in a home Test.
Stokes and McCullum have put their faith in Leach and been rewarded; he is thriving under the new leadership, with England on course for a clean sweep in their three-match series against the Black Caps.
"[Under Stokes] it's really attacking, and I am really enjoying bowling attackingly [sic]," Leach told Sky Sports.
"Stokesy's confidence in his decisions but also in us as players – I have never experienced anything like it.
"It is very special to be a part of, and that is credit to Stokesy and Baz [McCullum] for setting that up.
"You realise teams I have played in, the way I have thought, a lot of decisions are made around negativity.
"A lot of four or five-day games you give up on the win quite early, but now it feels like you are always pushing for that win, so there is never really too bad a situation.
"My biggest thing is having belief in myself, and that is what Ben and Baz have helped me with."
Leach's latest impressive showing helped England to bowl out their opponents for 326 in their second innings, leaving the hosts requiring 296 runs for victory in Yorkshire.
Continuing their attacking approach under Stokes and McCullum, England will enter the final day on 183-2 thanks to strong work by Ollie Pope (81 not out) and Joe Root (55 no).
Zak Crawley (25) and Alex Lees (nine) fell early on in the chase, but Pope and Root's unbeaten 132-run stand means England now require just 113 runs with eight wickets in hand.
Should England complete the job on Monday, they will become the first team in Test history to successfully chase a target of at least 250 three times in a single series.
But Tom Blundell (88 no), who became the highest-scoring visiting wicketkeeper in a Test series in England, vowed that New Zealand will give their all to avoid a whitewash.
"This team has been known to fight, and we've got to come out there and do that tomorrow," he said. "You put a couple of wickets on there and you just never know.
"Obviously you've got two guys out there in good form, but if we get one of those, who knows?
"The wicket is deteriorating. A little bit of variable bounce, obviously with the spin as well. It's quite hard to drive with that older ball.
"It looks like it's going to deteriorate even more, and hopefully we can utilise that tomorrow."