London Wasps' Kearnan Myall is determined to see his side build momentum after ending a run of losses at Worcester on Saturday.
A last-minute Jake Cooper-Woolley try, converted by Andy Goode, saw Wasps overturn an 11-6 deficit, arresting a five-game losing streak and denying the Warriors their first win of the season in the process.
"The biggest thing for us was that we needed to win having been on a bad run, and we managed that and that is all that matters," Myall told the official Premiership website.
"Confidence was down having lost a few games on the bounce and if we didn't get the win at Worcester then it would have made the run in that little bit harder.
"We knew it was going to be tough because Worcester were also desperate for the win, but we came out on top and that is crucial.
"To be honest it didn't feel like we had won come the final whistle but we had and it has boosted us and has given us our confidence back for the final few games.
"I wasn't here last season but I know the club went on a really bad run towards the end and Dai Young has told us that this year, with the players we have got, that is not acceptable.
"We have got that winning feeling back and although, we have some tough games left to go, we are now looking upwards again which is important."