He said: "I thought we were outstanding in the first half.
"We moved the ball well, and they couldn't really get near us.
"Garry changed his players around to try and nullify that – and he was happy to go in at half-time only 1-0 down.
"My only criticism is that we didn't score more goals in the first half, because we expected the response from them."
And the Town boss thought that striker Padraig Amond looked refreshed after being left out at Dover at the weekend.
He said: “He needed to come out for a couple of reasons and he's shown that he's looked refreshed. Not only his goals, his actual running, getting hold of the ball, his play was such much better than it had been.
“Sometimes a player might just need that little reminder, no matter how good people see him as, or how many goals he has scored.. I think he needed a rest, all be it for one game, because he's played nearly all of the games. He does work hard and I felt that his work-rate had dropped.”
The Town boss now wants his players to build on tonight's result and keep the momentum going into the play-offs.
He said: “We would like to build on tonight and possibly go and get another positive result at home in front of our own fans.
“But, I still think, provided that we are in there, it comes down to two games. You've got to be the best that you can be to give yourself the best possible chance, I think this team are capable of producing when it matters.”