Plymouth Argyle caretaker-manager Carl Fletcher says the club's first clean sheet is the best thing about their first victory in League Two.
Argyle beat Macclesfield 2-0 to record their first win of the season.
"It's a big weight off everyone's shoulders, but I think we're most pleased with the clean sheet," Fletcher told BBC Radio Devon.
"We worked a lot with the back four, Walts (Simon Walton) and the goalie and I'm pleased for them," he said.
"Defensively we wanted to tighten things up and we did that today," Fletcher added.
"There's still things we've got to work on and there's lots of things we can get better at and do better, but it's a good starting block," he said.
Argyle had not scored more than once in a match this season before the win, which saw striker Warren Feeney get his first goal for almost a year, and his first since joining Plymouth.
"Even if he didn't score, Feeno's work rate was unbelievable at times.
"Because we're trying to be a bit more solid he's up there on his own and he's not 6'5" and going to win every header, but he puts himself about and did a great shift for the team," Fletcher said.