Lincoln City midfielder Lewis Fiorini praised the character shown by his team-mates in a hard-fought victory against AFC Wimbledon on Saturday.
Fiorini gave City the lead in the first half with a strike from range and said he is eager to continue making a mark on the scoresheet.
Lewis said: “It fell to me on the edge of the area which is where I get a lot of my goals, and it’d been a while since my last one.
“It’s something I need to work on because I think I can get more from midfield and I have the ability to do so it was good to get on the scoresheet.”
With more than 900 Imps making the trip to the capital Lewis was keen to attribute the win to their support, insisting their backing has been vital to the team throughout the season.
He said: “It was a bit of relief because there is a little more breathing space for us. We have a target and, until we hit it, we won’t rest on our laurels and we’ll keep grinding out points.
“The support has been amazing all season – sticking by us with some poor performances and some unlucky results and they’ve travelled in numbers which made for good celebrations at the end."
The Imps are back in action again on Tuesday night as they face Rotherham United at the ASSEAL New York Stadium. The match will not be streamed live on iFollow Imps but tickets for the fixture are still available, and can be purchased here