DELIGHTED Peter Jackson praised his players for showing "fantastic character."
Town's manager reflected on the 3-2 win against Brentford and said:
"It was probably our biggest challenge of the season but we showed a never-say-die attitude to come through it like we did.
"We threw away a couple of goals and found ourselves up against it, but we never gave in, gave it our all and came away with our best three points of the season so far."
Jackson admitted: "When we scored to get back to 2-2 I thought of putting Boothy back to centre half but, after a second or two, I decided to leave him up front.
"I just said to Taff (Terry Yorath) that I thought Boothy might come up with a winner and that's exactly what he did.
"There were fantastic scenes at the end. It was a great advert for the division with excitement, tension, goals, sendings-off, bookings and some terrific football.
"I'm not sure my heart can stand much more of it but we are going great guns and let's hope we can carry it on."
* Town have been drawn away at Boston United in the LDV Vans Trophy first round in the week starting Monday, October 18.