Accrington striker Padraig Amond believes his strike against Morecambe last Friday may have been his most important for the club.
Leam Richardson's resurgent side head into the final two games of the season three points above the npower League Two relegation zone after Amond capped a 2-0 triumph over their Lancashire neighbours.
"I suppose every goal is important but maybe that one was a little bit more because of where we are in the table," he said.
"It was the goal that clinched the game for us and put us in a good position."
The relative comfort of victory over Morecambe was far removed from Stanley's previous three outings where stoppage-time goals returned a win over Wycombe and draws with Burton and fellow strugglers York.
Amond attributes this knack to almost being on the receiving end of such a comeback during last month's 3-2 victory against Barnet.
"The gaffer has been drilling it into us to keep going until the end of games and that has been evident in the last few games - we've got five points from three games where we've scored in injury time," he added.
"It came from the Barnet game. We were 3-0 up at half-time but Barnet came at us in the second half and never gave up. The believed they could win the game and we were lucky to get out with a win.
"Since then the manager has been drilling it into us that that's the way he wants us to be. It doesn't matter if we're losing 6-0, 7-0 or 8-0 - if we can get back a couple of goals it could count towards the end of the season if it comes down to goal-difference.
"At the same time, if you're 1-0 or 2-0 up try and get another goal or two because it could be crucial come the end of the season."