Reading boss Brian McDermott has praised his side's character following their late victory at Ipswich Town.
The Royals were 2-1 down at Portman Road with the game entering injury-time but produced a stunning comeback to win the game 3-2.
McDermott told BBC Berkshire: "What we do know is that these players have got spirit in spades.
"Entering injury-time we'd have certainly taken a draw but when we equalised I fancied us to win it."
He added: "I thought the fans were fantastic today, they stayed with us for the whole game.
"I hope none of them left early. Those that didn't will have had a fantastic journey home."
McDermott's side, who are now three points off the play-off positions, next host Peterborough on Tuesday.