Manager Nathan Jones was delighted his side were able to get back to winning ways and in some style too, defeating Blackpool three-nil to end a run of four matches without a victory.
It was an impressive performance in difficult conditions that took the Hatters back into the top half of the Sky Bet Championship and the gaffer admitted, “We were outstanding today.”
"In response to getting back to winning ways, Jones said: “You have to look at the performances because we should have won at Forest. They have ten men, and we have a penalty and it should have been different, then there has been margins in every other game.
“QPR I thought we were outstanding and got nothing from the game and then Stoke and Cardiff were just about margins. We knew we had to be better and today I thought we defended the box superbly well apart from a few shots and scrambles in the first half. I thought we were really comfortable, we defended well and everything we worked on ironically, we had to do today.”
Further on the game, he said: “It is a tough place to come the way they play but I thought we were excellent. We were spot on in terms of our pressing and we limited them to very little. To be fair we also could have scored more. Jordan Clark is clean through and he squared it, he could have had a hat-trick today.”