Mark McGhee denied his Bristol Rovers side were fortunate to win following their last-gasp 1-0 triumph at Rotherham.
Andy Dorman scored his first goal for the club, firing home from substitute Eliot Richards' cross in the second minute of time added on.
"The second half we didn't keep the ball half as well as we did in the first and didn't cause them the problems we caused them in the first half," said McGhee. "We missed chances in the first half while they had the majority of play in the second half.
"But it was all stuff from distance because they didn't get in behind us. I didn't feel terribly worried that they were going to score. We were defending well, we had a good shape and we were seeing it though, so I didn't see it as a smash and grab, although it was fortunate we won the game as late as we did.
"We set up with an attacking five and Andy Dorman got one in the last minute, but he's got goals in him and it's time he started delivering some.
"A little more composure and a little more guile and we could have had goals in the first half. Rotherham is not an easy place to come and get three points and we are absolutely thrilled to come here and win the game."