Keshi Anderson was thrilled to be able to celebrate with the travelling support after scoring the winner in Town's 2-1 win at Yeovil earlier today.
Rhys Browne gave the Glovers a dream start but the Reds dominated proceedings and restored parity after the break thanks to Kellan Gordon's rebound effort, before Anderson struck late on to snatch all three points.
"The team kept pushing on and to get the winner like that is obviously something special," Anderson said.
"The boys all dug deep and the goal came from the team working hard.
"It was a good time to get the goal and the fans kept pushing us throughout the game. We recognised what they do for us and it was nice to repay them.
"They scored very early on but we just played our game in the second-half and we knew we could get back in it with the team that we've got.
"Kellan Gordon has come on and got it and then we kept going on and got the winner.
"Teams at home know they have to come at us so it is a lot easier. The early goal worked against us in the first-half but once we got the goal the game opened up massively and it helped us a lot then."
And Anderson revealed that he shared a bit of banter with Kaiyne Woolery after the two combined for the winning goal.
"He told me that he wanted to shoot and I said that if he did I would have grilled him! He's a good player but sometimes he can get a bit greedy in those positions," he added.
"Luckily this time he made the right decision, squared it and I was able to put it in the back of the net."
And Anderson also insisted that the hard work starts now with all eyes on a long trip to Grimsby on Tuesday evening.
"We'll have a recovery session on Sunday and then we'll be back at it on Monday," he continued.
"Work starts now for Grimsby.
"It is football and games come thick and fast in this period. It is part of the game and I'm sure all the boys are getting ready for Tuesday now."