Brentford boss Uwe Rosler was delighted with his side's commitment to claim all three points against Coventry on Tuesday.
The Bees moved within three points of a play-off place after coming from behind to beat Coventry 2-1 Griffin Park thanks to a double from Harry Forrester.
"I was pleased with the way we stuck at it and kept playing our football and delighted that someone up there was looking down on us," Rosler said.
Forrester cancelled out David McGoldrick's seventh minute opener when he slammed home from 12 yards just before the break. And the midfielder popped up in the box at the death to tease a foul out of Jordan Clarke and send Coventry goalkeeper Joe Murphy the wrong way from the spot.
While Forrester took the plaudits, fellow attacker Paul Hayes was targeted by a section of the Griffin Park crowd, who were calling for the former Scunthorpe man to be substituted.
An unhappy Rosler said: "I will not tolerate that from our fans because I know that once he scores he will get more and he's a very important part of the way we play. He will be starting on Saturday."