Boss John Coleman paid tribute to Accrington matchwinner Jimmy Ryan after his wonder goal helped boost Stanley's play-off push against Lancashire rivals Morecambe.
The midfielder volleyed home from 20 yards seven minutes from time to make it seven league wins in eight games for the Reds and move them up to eighth spot.
"If you see a better goal than that this weekend then you will be drunk," said the Stanley boss. "But we know he can do that. Jimmy has hit it well and it's a great win for us.
"The game could have gone either way and I think going behind gave us a kick up the backside. Morecambe were in the mood to beat us and they played really well and had us on the back foot from the off.
"But every time we went behind, we got the equaliser quickly as the lads have a lot of belief and a lot of character.
"We scored two wonderful goals in the second half and now we have just got to keep on going.
"For me it's three wins out of three but we had a bit of luck and sometimes you get that. It was full-bloodied though and, if anyone is sick of Premiership football, they won't be bored here."