Alan Knill was full of praise for his Bury side after they prevailed 4-3 in a seven-goal thriller at Torquay.
Winger Michael Jones rifled home a 71st-minute winner for the Shakers who had come back from 2-0 down to lead 3-2 in the second half.
Knill said: "All credit must go to the players - to score four away from home is always special and Torquay is a difficult place to come, they are effective at what they do and full credit to my players.
"They have been fantastic this week. You are never happy to concede three, but we got the result in the end and that was brilliant."
Top scorer Ryan Lowe netted his 10th goal of the season from the penalty spot, while Nicky Ajose and skipper Steven Schumacher were also on target for Bury, who are now fourth in League Two.
"It's great to keep winning because it's tight up there at the top, but we don't get too carried away or look too far ahead," Knill added. "We keep our feet firmly on the ground and have to take it game by game and the next match is Southend, so that's what we are looking at next."