On-loan Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster was rightly upbeat after a week which saw him make his international debut and then help the Hornets clinch their first away win of the season.
Foster tasted defeat in midweek on his England bow, as Spain won 1-0 at Old Trafford, but he then helped Watford earn a 1-0 victory at West Ham in a crucial relegation six-pointer.
Foster told his club's official website: "It's a great, great feeling to experience that first away win of the season in a big six-pointer like that and we're all really happy with it.
"This is a massive boost and although there's a long way to go, if we carry on playing like that we'll put a little run together and we'll see what happens.
"Playing for England in midweek was brilliant, the proudest moment of my career so far. It was a disappointing performance, but great on a personal note."
Foster is currently in his second season-long loan with Watford, with Manchester United keen to see the 23-year-old gain as much first-team experience as possible.