AFC Wimbledon first-team coach Simon Bassey believes Kaid Mohamed proved the difference in their 4-0 win over Portsmouth,
Andy Frampton bagged a double, having previously scored just twice in the last four years, while a fine 25-yard strike from Sammy Moore and a late Michael Smith effort put the gloss on the win.
The Dons even missed a penalty when it was still goalless - Harry Pell seeing his effort saved by Pompey goalkeeper Trevor Carson.
It was Mohamed's second debut for the club, having this week signed on loan from Port Vale until January, and Bassey believes he will continue to be a match-winner for the Dons.
"We're expecting exactly what he gave us for an hour. He carries a threat. He runs in behind, he's powerful and he works for the team. He's a good lad," said Bassey.
"He gave us everything he had but he's run out of legs a little bit. He hasn't played a lot of football this year but he'll get better with game. I thought for an hour he was first-class.
"They players are a lively bunch and they enjoy winning, which is always good. We're respectful of the opposition but we have to celebrate our wins as they're hard-fought, including this one.
"But the boys will enjoy it and they'll have a couple of days away from the training ground now and come back to work next week to prepare for Bury.
"In the first half we played well but in the second half we lost our way a little bit. When you're losing it's easier in a way as you can go for games."