COACH John Dungworth believes Town Reserves produced their best all-round display of the season in winning 3-2 against Sheffield United.
Dungworth's charges had to come from two down to take the three Pontin's Holidays League Division I Central points from yesterday's game at Chesterfield.
Goals from Michael Collins, Adnan Ahmed and Daniel Highley made it three wins in a row and eight unbeaten.
"Even though we were trailing 2-0 at the break, it was by no means a poor first-half display," said Dungworth.
"The only difference was that they took their chances and we didn't."
Impressive John McAliskey, Matthew Young and David Walls were guilty of misses.
Simon Francis, with a 25th-minute long-range strike, and Jordan Robertson, with a scrappy 35th-minute effort, scored for the Blades.
But little was seen of experienced striker Brian Deane, who was well contained by central defender John McCombe.
Goalkeeper Paul Rachubka made a fine point-blank save from Robertson early in the second half before the comeback began when Collins finished off good approach work by Young and James Hand.
Ahmed rifled home a sizzling volley from McAliskey's nod down while McCombe supplied the flick from which Highley claimed the winner.
While Collins played the full 90 minutes after recovering from a knee injury, fellow midfielder Mark Hudson played 45, as planned, to continue his return from an ankle problem.
Town: Rachubka, Walls, Hand, Hardy, McCombe, Ahmed, Collins, Hudson (Skarz, HT), Young, McAliskey, Highley (Akins, 85mins).