LEE CLARK watched Town turn on the style after the break at Exeter then praised his side for laying the platform for victory in the first half.
The Galpharm manager, whose team stay unbeaten in League I this year and third in the table, described the windy conditions at St James Park, where new boy Danny Cadamarteri, Gary Roberts, Anthony Pilkington and Kevin Kilbane scored, as ridiculous.
Clark said: It was as bad as you can imagine and the wind was so strong that (keeper) Ian Bennett couldnt get any distance at all on his kicks in the first half.
They put us under pressure, and it was vital we got to half-time intact.
We knew the conditions would work for us in the second half, and we took our chances to score some superb goals.
Cadamarteri, brought back to Town on transfer deadline day after leaving Dundee United, counted within two minutes of coming on as a 52nd-minute replacement for Alan Lee.
It worked out really well, explained Clark.
We wanted Alan to take the barrage of the early part of the game and give them a physical test.
We knew Danny could then come on and stretch them.
He gives us power, pace and something that little bit different and were delighted to have him back.
Clark said his only disappointment was the concession of a stoppage-time goal, scored by former Barnsley striker Daniel Nardiello.
Perhaps its nit-picking on my part, but the positive thing is that when our lads came back into the changing rooms at the end, they were having a bit of a go at each other about it, which I like to see.
Town are unbeaten in seven in the league and have five wins in their last six and Clark continued: At this stage its all about picking up points.
If you can do that and score some goals into the bargain, then all the better.
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