Derry City manager Kenny Shiels praises his players' commitment as they earn a second straight League of Ireland win with a 3-0 victory in Bray which moves them into fifth place in the table.
"It's good to get three points on the road. They say it's very difficult to get points away from home in this league," said the Candystripes boss after the win at the Carlisle Grounds.
Rory Patterson scored two of Derry's goals and Shiels said the striker is "showing good qualities and working hard" for the team.
Derry are three points behind leaders Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers, who both have won their opening three games.