Western Sydney Wanderers captain Brendan Hamill has applauded the Red & Black's performance on Saturday night against Adelaide United.
The Wanderers have now won two matches in a row and will be heading into their next match brimming with confidence.
Oriol Riera, Roly Bonevacia and Abraham Majok all got on the scoresheet in what was a very dominant display by the Red & Black at Coopers Stadium on Saturday night.
"Two in a row, the boys worked hard in the first half and we've worked on some positional issues," explained Hamill post-match to FOX SPORTS.
"We had a solid second half and we've always had quality up front to put the ball into the back of the net."
Heading into the sheds at half-time at 1-1, the Wanderers came out firing in the second half to secure all three points against Adelaide with a confident 3-1 display.
"We spoke at half-time that there were a few adjustments that we had to make and credit to the boys, we stuck together and we stuck to our structure which is what we spoke about all week.
"We knew that if we stuck to our structure (on Saturday night) that we would get a good result."
The Wanderers will now switch their attention to their massive clash against league leaders Perth Glory on Sunday with Hamill confident the team can continue fighting.
"You know football is such a beautiful game and if you're not giving 110% then it's just disrespectful.
"There's still a lot to play for so we will stick together and keep fighting."