Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall admits it's been a crazy week for the Seasiders with two last minute victories over Bolton Wanderers and Ipswich Town.
The Leicester loanee scored his second goal in as many games on Saturday, with his first half strike against the Tractor Boys, before Joe Nuttall's last minute header cancelled out Freddie Sears' equaliser, sparking jubilant scenes in the North Stand for the second time in four days.
"It doesn't get much better than that really," Dewsbury-Hall admitted.
"To win both matches so late on is a fantastic feeling, and to do it against a good side like Ipswich means a great deal to everyone at the Club. These two moments can give everyone the lift we need going forward.
"All the players were buzzing after the game, and rightly so. We'll have a good week to prepare ahead of what will be a big game at Fleetwood Town at the weekend, where we'll be looking to make it three wins on the spin."