Steve Cotterill had plenty to say after watching his Birmingham City side topple high-flying Cardiff City.
This is what he had to say on four key issues.
ON CHE ADAMS
"I didn't have any doubts about starting him, I had doubts as to whether I thought he might finish the game or to go as long as he did.
"There has been some good work put into them over the last couple of weeks so that helped him for sure.
"It was a great goal, I saw it at the time and have seen it played back and it is a great goal. We might have deserved another goal tonight.
"We had a couple of balls across the box, a couple of excellent set-plays with good delivery and a little bit of movement.
"Che slipped on the one in the first half when we had actually done all the difficult bit. All week when we had been doing it he actually scored - then on the moment he slipped.
" But I suppose we will have to forgive him that because he scored the winner.
"There are some great young talents in there. We have got Isaac Vassell, I think he will get better the longer he plays in the Championship.
"The most important thing is they are all good, nice lads who want to do well."
BLUEPRINT FOR FUTURE?
"Maybe we have a blueprint but months down the line here I would like us to be a higher-tempo passing team that can get in control of the game a little bit more.
"But that doesn't come in weeks, it takes months to get into your football club. It has to become habitual - everything you do.
"I think tonight there were some little passages of play where we passed it and got on the back of their midfielders and played it through the lines - and I thought 'Yeah that's good'.
"Normally if you are not a good footballing team you don't want the opposition to press you because you end up knocking it long.
"In time we will hopefully want the opposition to press us, we will want them to come on to us. That's going to take a bit of time, though. Months more than weeks."
EFFECT OF RESULT?
"It will give them belief, give them confidence to see the benefits of the hard work we have done this week and last week on the training ground.
"Hopefully they will buy into it. If we have got that hard-working, healthy, cohesive, disciplined environment they actually like being in in then.
"But you have to sell it to them first of all - and hopefully tonight they will buy into it even more now.
"This result is massive for the players, we don't any more than three points but it's big for them.
"It's important we go and build on it, important we go and get something next week, and then the week after and so on and so forth - that's what we have got to try and do."
IMPORTANT TO BE OUT OF BOTTOM THREE?
"It means something psychologically, you don't want to be in that bottom three - no way. What we have to try and do now is do the hard yards over these winter months - that's what we have got to try and do.
"The only way we can hit that top six is we have got to get promotion form really to give ourselves a little bit of daylight - then a deep breath to think 'Can we?'
"It is difficult, I have been here before trying to turn around relegation form when you go in - to promotion form.
"While it's still mathematically possible it would be interesting to see if all of a sudden we won three or four games on the bounce - what the table would look like then.
"But it's easier said than done.
"We have got an incredibly difficult game next week away at Millwall, who have done well under Neil [Harris] so we will look forward to that starting Monday."