Neil Warnock declared that he had never enjoyed an away performance more after Queens Park Rangers beat Wolves 3-0 at Molineux.
QPR produced an impressive display to pick up three points in the Midlands thanks to goals from new captain Joey Barton, Alejandro Faurlin and DJ Campbell.
The convincing scoreline reflected the visitors' dominance and Warnock could not contain his delight after the final whistle.
"I don't think it can get much better than that. It was amazing really," he told Sky Sports.
"We didn't really give them an opportunity to start playing because we were already 2-0 up and we played some cracking football.
"Since the new players have come to the club, everyone has fitted in and it doesn't half help when you play football with a smile on your face."
Warnock also insisted that his new-look side, strengthened by the arrival of several players before the transfer deadline, would continue to adopt an attacking approach all season.
He said: "At my age, at this stage of my career, I have not got this team to sit back and try and get a point here and there. We are going to go for it.
"We are not getting carried away, it's early days, but it is enjoyable.
"We played with a bit of panache. They were three good goals and we could have had a few more.
"Today was the most enjoyable away performance I've ever had in my career."