David Dunn feels his side deserved the three points in a late 2-1 win over Bolton Wanderers.
A late Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall goal was enough to secure the win, after Kean Bryan cancelled our Connor Ronan's first half strike.
"I thought we were excellent in the first half in particular," Dunn said.
"It was as good as I've seen. We picked second balls us up, we crossed the ball so well. Calum Macdonald and Liam Feeney were excellent and I thought we were really good value for money in the opening 45 minutes."
Connor Ronan and Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall were crucial again, scoring both the goals in the win, and Dunn was full of praise for the on-loan duo.
"I thought Connor was excellent in the win and in last week's game too," he said.
"He's got an excellent touch and makes things happen. We've asked him to get more assists and more goals and he's been doing that recently.
"Kiernan has truly impressed me as well and his goal at the end shows his character and what he's about."