Robins head coach Wade Elliott gave his verdict on his sides' performance following Cheltenham Town's home win over Fleetwood Town.
The Robins left the Completely-Suzuki Stadium with a deserved win following striker Alfie May's 10th league goal of the season.
After the 29-year-old scored a terrific volley from the edge of the box, Elliott believed his side grew into the game.
"After the goal you saw a difference in everyone. It was tense and nervy at times, but after the goal the atmosphere was good, it gave everyone a lift and I thought the team grew after it," said Elliott.
"Players were willing to take the ball under the pressure and play forward. They showed real courage."
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Cheltenham host Lincoln City on Tuesday night, and it will be Kids for a Quid, so all under-14 tickets purchased in advance will be £1. Join us at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium as the Robins look to get back-to-back home victories.