Ospreys fly-half Dan Biggar praised his team's performance as they got their Champions Cup campaign off to a winning start against Exeter.
A 25-13 victory at the Liberty Stadium saw the Welsh region come from behind and also then deny the Chiefs a losing bonus-point on Sunday.
That left in-form Wales international Biggar delighted, especially with Exeter going so well in the Premiership.
"We have to take a huge amount of credit as a team for that performance, especially as the outside half missed a few kicks. It was good to come away against such a strong outfit as Exeter Chiefs with a 4-0 points win," he told EPC Rugby's website.
"We haven't had the results we wanted in the league and so we said that this is a new competition. This win shows how much this competition means to us because we haven't done very well in it in recent years.
"There was a lot of courage, fight and determination out there. It was one of the best performances I've had in an Ospreys shirt."
One thing that was impressive about Biggar was how he shrugged off an off-day with his goal-kicking to put in an excellent all-round game.
"A couple of years ago I might have let those misses affect me, but you can't let anything get to you – once it's gone, it's gone," he explained, with the fly-half finishing with 20 points in the game.