Mark Warburton dedicated Brentford's last gasp win over Oldham this afternoon to his players.
Jonathan Douglas's winner deep into stoppage time earned the new Brentford boss a winning start to his Griffin Park reign.
And Warburton was happy to hand the credit to his players after a turbulent 10 days following former boss Uwe Rosler's departure to Wigan.
He said: “That was a testament to the players after a week of upheaval and uncertainty for them. Their character was superb today.
“We knew they (Oldham) would play on the counter, and I thought we coped with it very well. But we were playing some nice football without any real penetration.
“Clayton Donaldson should have had a penalty – if it wasn't, why not book him for diving – and we hit the bar, so it looked like being a 0-0. But we have a habit of scoring late goals, which is a testament to our fitness staff.
“We stayed in third gear today and could have been punished for it, and although it was enough, we will have go into fourth and fifth in other games.
“Other results went our way, so it was an important goal for so many reasons. With all the upheaval they have had to cope with, it was great for the lads to get a result today.”