Barnet goalkeeper Jamie Stephens hailed the team spirit of his side after they clinched a last-minute 2-2 draw against Accrington Stanley.
John Akinde’s header in the final moments of the game at the Wham Stadium capped off a comeback for the Bees, who played the last 15 minutes with ten men.
Stephens heaped praise on his counterparts for the result, saying: “It shows we’re all in it together.
“There’s been lots of changes but we’re all working towards the same goal.
“It shows everyone plays a big part, the lads did their jobs towards the end and showed fighting spirit to get back into it.”
The former Newport County player made several important saves to keep the visitors in the game at 2-0. He fended off Billy Kee’s follow-up with a strong one-handed stop after going to ground and blocked Piero Mingoia’s powerful effort from the right side of the box.
The netminder felt his side dealt well with Stanley’s pressure, commenting: “They kept the ball a lot and came at us, we knew they would.
“At the end of the day it’s my job to make saves.
“The lads in front of me did everything else perfectly and the credit goes to them.
“I’ve been here a couple of times and it’s a hard place to come but the lads all put in a shift and worked for each other.”
Stephens, 22, has thoroughly enjoyed his time at the Hive since joining in the summer: ““I joined in the summer and I’ve really enjoyed my time at Barnet so far.
“All the players, the staff and the fans have been brilliant to me, I’m just going to try and work hard and enjoy my football.”