Swindon manager Paul Hart has called on his players to follow up their first win in 19 games with similar displays for the rest of the season after a 1-0 success at Brentford.
Striker Calvin Andrew's 80th-minute strike was the difference between two shot-shy sides, clinching Town their first league win since a 4-2 victory at Charlton on January 3.
Andrew capitalised on Robbie Neilson's blunder to turn and lash the ball into the bottom corner from the edge of the penalty area.
Hart said: "The dressing room is buzzing and the lads are all on a high, but we've felt for a long time that that win has always been just around the corner.
"Finally it's come, but it's important now that we follow that up with another win and another win on top of that to give ourselves the best chance of staying up.
"If we can keep doing that and picking up wins then we'll see how we're doing nearer the end of the season and who looks most likely to hold their nerve."