Steve Cotterill got it tactically spot on at Norwich – and that was the key to the win.
He deserves the plaudits for changing the game with the way he altered his team around.
Norwich were on top but Cotterill stopped David Fox playing and his influence on the game declined.
Liam Lawrence came inside and that helped change the direction of the match.
We certainly rode our luck in the first half.
Like at Swansea, though, we hung in there and then capitalised on our chances when they came.
Steve got the tactics right and that was why we got our rewards.
David Nugent was excellent and I was delighted for Dave Kitson because the goal will be good for his confidence. It will do him the world of good.
Steve gets the credit for what he did – and that is why he is manager. He recognised the issues and made the changes.
There's no doubt the changes stopped them playing. It was a counter-attacking style that did the job.
The clean sheet was a big bonus and I thought Joel Ward and Ricardo Rocha were excellent.
David Nugent's performance was something else. I don't know what he had at half-time, but I hope it was legal!
He's found pace to burn and his confidence is soaring.
Back-to-back wins at Swansea and Norwich is a real coup for us.
When you take into account the squad size it makes it an even better achievement.
Greg Halford's suspension makes it an easy decision for Steve against Scunthorpe this weekend.
Joel Ward will go to right-back and Carl Dickinson will come back into the defence on the left.
Cotterill obviously doesn't feel Hermann Hreidarsson is ready yet, so that will be what he does.
The game gives us a chance to continue building the momentum we've got.
And there is no reason why we can't do that.