Wolves striker Kevin Doyle believes his team's dramatic comeback against Swansea will be a turning point in their disappointing Premier League start.
The Irishman revealed a rallying half-time call from boss Mick McCarthy picked up his players as they trailed 2-0 to the Swans at Molineux.
Wolves were facing a sixth straight league defeat with angry home fans rounding on McCarthy during the game.
But goals from Doyle and Jamie O'Hara inside the final six minutes stopped the rot and eased the pressure on their manager.
Doyle said: "Our own fans are frustrated and you don't blame them. The manager and players are frustrated.
"It would have been easy for us just to die with 10 to 15 minutes to go against Swansea.
"Then you get the bliss of the last five minutes and it feels like a win.
"That will lift us and we will be all bright on Monday morning. It will be a turning point."
The 28-year-old told how McCarthy picked up his players with a morale-boosting team-talk at the break.
He said: "The gaffer said 'don't leave anything in the dressing room and have no regrets after the game because we are as low as we are going to be'.
"It was tough but those two goals show we do have fighting spirit."