Amine Linganzi felt that hard work was the key factor behind Swindon Town's 3-1 win against Mansfield Town earlier today.
The midfielder was on the scoresheet alongside John Goddard and Luke Norris as The Reds produced another memorable away display.
And Linganzi was full of praise for the collective effort put in by his team-mates at The One Call Stadium.
"The team worked hard today. Mansfield are a good team but so are we and we worked really hard in the week," he said.
"We played against Torquay in a friendly on Tuesday and we repeated the same things today, so I'm happy for the players and I'm happy for myself.
"It was my first goal for the club and I thank God everyday that I can train everyday and I can play every game.
"I'm really thankful for that.
"We worked hard, we stayed in shape and we are a bit disappointed about conceding the goal and we wanted the clean sheet, but you can't be perfect every game.
"We won the game, it was important and our mindset is good. We carry on, we never give up and that's the key thing this season.
"We were very disciplined and there was a lot of communication today. It was a very good performance."
And Linganzi went on to explain how his first-ever goal for the club came about after meeting Matty Taylor's cross inside the opening five minutes.
"The defender was dragging me so I put all my weight and I managed to score," he added.
"Most of the goals we have scored this season have come from set-pieces and I was happy to score."