Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill has praised his side's character after Wes Brown's late winner secured a 3-2 win at Queens Park Rangers.
The Black Cats were pegged back to 2-2, having led 2-0 earlier in the game, but bounced back through Brown's header to secure a first away win in three.
"Tonight I felt we drove at them again to win the game when it was at 2-2," O'Neill told BBC Newcastle.
"We've been very positive which is great and encouraging."
It was the first time Sunderland had scored three or more goals in a fixture since a 4-0 victory against Stoke City in mid-September.
O'Neill's faith in Nicklas Bendtner was rewarded with an early header that gave the Wearsiders a platform for the success, while Stephane Sessegnon also netted with a cool finish after oupacing the Rangers defence.
"We've scored three goals tonight, for a side that doesn't get many I suppose that is very encouraging," said O'Neill.
"The centre forwards were terrific tonight, Sessegnon was out of this world and I thought Bendtner showed what he is capable of doing."
He added: "There were a lot of great performances and it would have been really annoying if we had dropped points there.
"There was a possibility of dropping all three."