Nigel Worthington was impressed with his side's ability to stick at it as they pulled off a shock 2-1 win at promotion-chasing Fleetwood.
Wes Fletcher struck an injury-time winner for the Minstermen to end a five-game unbeaten run for Graham Alexander's side, coming after substitute Mikael Mandron had cancelled out Conor McLaughlin's own goal.
Worthington said: "To come here and get three points is just a great result.
"We've done what we're good at and we've shown if we keep to our strengths we can get a good result.
"We played some very good football, despite the conditions.
"The winner is a great example. It's good play down the left, we've worked it into the box and whoever gets on the end of that it's the winning goal.
"It was a very, very solid away performance."