Hereford manager Jamie Pitman was quick to laud the performance of his squad after they twice came from behind to draw 3-3 at Swindon.
Goals from Tom Barkhuizen, Yoann Arquin and Harry Pell rescued a point for the lowly visitors, and the Bulls boss hopes the comeback will kick-start his team's season.
He said: "We know we are fighting for our lives, like we do every season it seems, but every single player put their hand up and showed great spirit.
"This is going to give us a huge lift. Despite being 2-0 down, we always thought the next goal would prove crucial and it really gave us momentum when Barkhuizen scored."
"It's a fantastic result for us but we must keep hold of this good spirit now."