Defender Neil Clement was the man who made the big breakthrough for West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns yesterday with his first goal since August. And he also had cause to feel pleased with himself by helping the Baggies keep a second successive clean sheet.
But Clement claimed that most of the the credit for steering Albion back to within five points of safety should go to the front two - Kevin Campbell, scorer of the second goal, and the recalled Geoff Horsfield.
"We've had a lot of chances in recent games," said Clement. "And, when they don't go in, you think it's going to be another one of those games when the opposition nicks one.
"But our front two were magnificent today. We kept going forward, created a lot of chances and we deserved the win."
Albion have now lost just twice in nine league games, and despite their next game being a daunting return trip to his first club Chelsea, Clement is very positive.
"We're off the bottom," he said. "That's nice, as another defeat today would have been devastating really.
"This was a big win for us against a side that gave us a good hiding at their place - and we're delighted.
"We knew it was going to be pressurised, but we
worked hard and kept a clean sheet. And if we can keep winning, we'll see a few sides start to look over their shoulders.
"There are plenty of points to play for and we'll give it our best shot.
"Chelsea look like they're going to win the league comfortably. But hopefully they'll have an off day and we'll have a great day. We'll just train properly in the next ten days and make sure we're ready."