Carl Fletcher says Plymouth Argyle can improve after they recorded their first away win of the season with a 3-2 victory at Dagenham.
Captain Simon Walton scored a last-minute penalty in Saturday's League Two clash at Victoria Road to hand Fletcher his second success as caretaker boss, after Dagenham's Jon Nurse and Scott Doe had cancelled out earlier strikes from Pilgrims duo Matt Lecointe and Conor Hourihane.
Although Fletcher was happy with the win, he thought areas of his team's game still need a little fine tuning.
"Obviously we're pleased to get the three points. We started well, but had a bit of a dodgy second half in parts and I think that's something we'll look back on and see where we can improve, because we lost a two-goal lead last week and did the same again today," he said.
"There's room for improvement, but I'm delighted for the lads because they worked their socks off today.
"They've worked so hard this week and they deserve that three points just for their effort alone."