Grimsby Town boss Michael Jolley has praised his side's character after they came from behind to beat Tranmere Rovers 5-2 in Sky Bet League Two at Blundell Park.
James Norwood put Micky Mellon's side ahead on 11 minutes, but Harry Clifton, Wes Thomas, Harry Davis, Mitch Rose, and Elliot Embleton all scored to claim the three points for the Mariners.
And Jolley said his side did well to turn the game around after a difficult start.
"We believe in ourselves, and tonight we showed that we can compete with the better sides at this level.
"So well done to my players - I'm really pleased with them tonight, and I think we deserved the three points.
"Our character keeps getting questioned all the time, but we've turned another game around and taken something from it."
And Jolley praised Harry Clifton as the 20-year-old Town youth academy graduate scored his first Sky Bet League Two goal for the club.
"We've been speaking to Harry about trying to get him in the box because he's got such good energy he can definitely arrive in the box.
"And I'm surprised it's taken him until now to get his first goal but it was a great header, and he nearly scored another one straight away afterwards."