Terry Butcher praised his Inverness side after their victory over Hibs moved them back to the top of the Premiership.
Billy McKay fired a double and Richie Foran also netted as the Highlanders moved above Celtic on goal difference.
"The players were absolutely terrific today and it was good to bounce back from last week's defeat," said Butcher.
"It's good to be top of the league again with four wins at home and four successive clean sheets, terrific."
Butcher was delighted to get to winning ways following last week's defeat by Aberdeen.
And he revealed that his only concern during the afternoon was a problem with a late substitution.
"I wanted Nick Ross to come out to the right hand side and I think my guys thought I wanted him to come off.
"When I say to him 'come out wide here' and he keeps walking past me and sits in the dugout.
"I said: 'what are you doing? I don't want you to play that wide. I went the fourth official Alan Muir and said 'that's the wrong man' but he said he couldn't do anything about.
"But luckily we were 3-0 up with about seven minutes to go."