Barnsley goalkeeper Luke Steele feels he has put an error-strewn start to the season behind him with an impressive display in the weekend win over Middlesbrough.
Steele's howlers against QPR on the opening day and Rochdale in the Carling Cup both led directly to goals, but the former Manchester United trainee made amends on Saturday and believes Barnsley can build on a morale-boosting win.
The 25-year-old said: "I know myself when I've made a mistake and there have been a couple of goals this season where I should have done better, but you have to move on and try to have a good game. I don`t think I played too badly (against Middlesbrough).
"I thought we looked a really, really good Championship side in the second half and that's definitely something to take from this game.
"The dressing room is buzzing at the moment and it's a real change from last week at Bristol. Hopefully we can keep this ball rolling now and it can snowball into something really special."