Manager Nathan Jones was delighted his side were able to pick up a second win of the calendar year with a gritty 1-0 victory against Birmingham City.
Dan Potts scored the only goal of the game in the 31st minute from close range, enough to lift the Hatters to within three points of seventh place in the Sky Bet Championship.
It was far from a pretty affair but his side got the job done in the ‘best’ fashion with a one-goal win.
“They are the best wins. To summarise I don’t think they created a chance, I thought we defended brilliantly. It was a scrappy game, lacked quality.
“We probably should have gone in probably further ahead first half cause Collo had a great chance and obviously Pottsy scored so we could have extended our lead and got a bit more of a cushion.
“We knew second half that they would come on and throw everything at us, they couldn’t put any more big men on, any more attackers on but I thought we were outstanding.
“Got first contact on everything, defended the box, lacked a little bit of quality but a win is a win. It was a magnificent battle and a great performance.”