Gary Locke has praised his stars to the hilt following their superb 2-1 win over Ross County.
Goals from Callum Paterson and Scott Robinson were enough to give the Jambos all three points in Dingwall, and the gaffer is delighted with how proceedings went.
Speaking to the press at full time, Gary said: "I couldn't be happier. I thought that at half time we should've been three or four goals up. If we'd taken our chances then the game could've been finished, but I'm delighted with our performance and I'm delighted with three points.
"The pleasing thing was the performance. I thought we moved the ball and created chances. If we can brush up on our finishing then hopefully we can taken these chances in the weeks ahead.
"Sam Nicholson had two great chances in the game but I thought he was excellent and played really well. He's very direct and difficult to play against. But not just him, I'm delighted with the whole team's performance today.
"I've certainly seen signs in the last couple of weeks that the confidence is coming back."
The win takes the club into positive points and the gaffer insists that will give everyone associated with the club a huge boost.
"It's a big boost for us psychologically to be in positive points," he said. "It's been a long, hard slog for us but it's great for us and great for the supporters as well.
"They travelled up here in huge numbers again so that performance and result was for them."