The Head Coach reflects on another three points collected away from home.
In a game that lacked precision for both sides when the ball was in the final third, Neill Collins admitted that it looked destined to end 0-0 when the Reds met Exeter City in Sky Bet League One yesterday afternoon.
But one of the coach's second half subs assisted another, with seconds remaining to confirm a fifth consecutive win on their travels.
"It was tight, both teams could have nicked it," Collins told us. "And I think when Jamie McCart's header fell just wide late on, you are accepting of the fact that it could end 0-0.
"But we kept going, and I think it's the sign of our mentality, and of the quality that we possess that we were able to come out on top.
"In terms of away days, I don't think they get a lot better than scoring a last minute winner like that in front of your own fans."