From the despair of recent weeks to delight – what a difference a win can make.
Three points, a clean sheet and a fantastic save to deny Torquay’s Connor Evans saw Lee Worgan beaming from ear to ear after the game.
“It’s a different feeling to what we’ve had in the last few months,” he said. “It’s just a relief – I think you sensed it around the ground when the final whistle went.
“It was quite emotional, we were all so delighted to get three points.
“It wasn’t the prettiest of games, we knew they were going to throw everything at it.
“We ended up going a bit direct but did what we had to do to win the game and at the end of the day, with the position we’re in, the three points was the most important thing.”
Those three points came courtesy of Josh Hare’s 88th minute goal and Worgan couldn’t have been more delighted for his teammate.
He said: “I am really pleased for Josh because he’s an ever-present, he works hard and puts a lot of graft in. I am not sure what he’s doing being that far up the pitch but he’s somehow read it and got us the goal.”
Despite the late goal, there was a heart-stopping moment in injury time when Jon-Paul Pittman sent an effort wide of the post.
Worgan said: “I thought he was offside, he’s found himself in a little pocket of space. As he went to turn to hit it, he was using his left foot, so in that position I tried to get as close as I could to him.
“Fortunately for us it’s gone wide and it’s that bit of luck we haven’t had in recent months and we deserved that.”