Southend United boss Phil Brown was delighted with their second-half display as they drew 2-2 at Scunthorpe United.
A third-minute opener from Matt Sparrow and leading marksman Sam Winnall's 19th of the season in the 37th minute put Scunthorpe 2-0 up.
Southend stormed back in the second half with John Egan and John White grabbing their first Shrimpers goals to salvage a point.
"The stats will show that we have still not won for 10 games - but this was a really great result for us," he declared.
"Scunthorpe have been on a great run and they murdered us in the first half.
"But we murdered them in the second and after getting back to 2-2 I thought were the only team who might go on and win it.
"I was going to make changes at half time but I decided to stick by the system that has served us so well.
"We had 11 players in that dressing room who were prepared to stand up and be counted in the second half. They showed great heart.
"We did to them what other teams have been doing to us, we managed to get behind them and get their defenders facing their own goal."
Sent out early for the second half by Brown, Southend's revival started in the 62nd minute with a wonder strike from centre-back Egan who let fly with a 30-yard effort that dipped in over goalkeeper Sam Slocombe.
And seven minutes later Slocombe was beaten again as a right-wing cross from Shrimpers skipper White sneaked in at the far post.
"I thought the game itself was a magnificent advert for League Two football with the commitment shown by both teams and the quality of the four goals," Brown added.
"The two we scored were certainly ones we will remember.
"It was John Egan's first goal for us and it was one worthy of getting a point from any match. And it was also the first ever goal for John White.
"We also brought on Freddy Eastwood up front in the second half. He has been knocking on my door asking for a chance and I have been thinking maybe it is time to give him a start.
"He certainly came on to make a difference for us."