Harry Pell scored for the third time this season to secure AFC Wimbledon a third home win on the bounce with a 2-0 victory over Fleetwood.
Dons keeper Ross Worner made two close-range saves and his defence chipped in with a clearance off the line.
Pell opened the scoring with a penalty that sent Scott Davies the wrong way after Mark Roberts handled a corner.
Michael Smith doubled the lead after a deflection fell kindly for him to tuck home from close range.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley told BBC London 94.9
"This week we put in a proper team performance - from minute one through to minute 90. It was quite even first half. The goals came at the right time and the way the boys went about their business, particularly in the second half, was outstanding.
"I thought Sammy Moore was phenomenal in midfield, he was as complete as he's done for us for a long while, he was brilliant. I thought Michael Smith was unplayable. He gave them a really, really tough time.
"We've got a tough month coming up, we've got York away, Chesterfield away, we've got Burton Albion.
"They're all very, very good teams and it's going to be really, really tough, so at the end of September if we're still talking in positive terms then there'll be even more belief in the squad."