Nottingham Forest midfielder Matty Cash was delighted for the fans as The Reds ran out 2-1 winners against Ipswich Town yesterday.
Aitor Karanka's side found themselves 1-0 down with just five minutes to go before a Ben Brereton penalty and Joe Lolley volley secured a stunning turnaround to get all three points.
Cash said: "There is loads of relief, it has taken a while to get that goal but we have done it and got the win which is important.
"The fans deserve it because the results haven't been going our way recently so credit to the boys and credit to the fans who stuck by us the whole way. It was a fantastic crowd here and a great win.
"We have got the players to do it, the manager, the staff so we've got everything. The whole build up to this club is massive it is going to come and we have to got to keep working hard.
"The gaffer said we have got four games to go and got to try and get wins in all of them and build for next season because next year is going to be a good season so we need to finish strong and carry on going."
Cash has worked his way into the first-team set up alongside Brereton and the former was full of praise for his teammate after winning and converting a penalty for his side.
He said: "I said to him that you just need to get loads of confidence and get used to hitting the back of the net because he's got that in him, we see it in training every day, so well done to him and I'm sure he'll keep doing well now.
"Ben is a hardworking player and he is a fantastic player as well. Obviously as a striker your job is to score goals and he hasn't done that a lot recently so he will be buzzing he scored that one because he's definitely that got that in him, the lads are really happy for him."