Accrington boss John Coleman refused to let speculation linking him with the manager's job at Bradford distract him from engineering a 1-0 victory over Torquay.
Ian Craney scored a wonder goal to make it three wins on the spin for Stanley for the first time this season. A quick throw by Joe Jacobson found the midfielder 25 yards out and he turned and fired into the top corner of the net beyond Danny Potter 12 minutes from time.
Coleman said: "If you do well, not just myself but the players as well get linked with clubs. All I can do is continue doing my job.
"To be honest, Torquay were one of the best sides who have been here and I wouldn't have had any complaints if it had finished a draw.
"In the second half they defended well, but it was a great goal by Craney and it was a goal worthy of winning any game.
"We are on a three-game unbeaten run now and all we can do is keep it going and now it's a massive game at Lincoln on Saturday."