Midfielder Alan Browne is delighted to be back out on the pitch after a spell on the sidelines.
"I don't like missing any game, especially looking on from the stands watching the Bolton game, it was especially to difficult to take.
"It was just all about what the boys did that day and they got the result so I was happy, but it's still tough not being out there and not being able to help them win.
"I've been working hard to get back fit and thankfully I managed to do so before the game on Saturday and I really enjoyed it."
Having got through the full 90 minutes unscathed, the midfielder now turns his attentions to Tuesday night's clash with Fulham, and he and his teammates will be looking to build on the weekend's result.
"It's a different game but in this league anyone can beat anyone. We've found that out ourselves this year and we've managed to beat some of the top teams and some unexpected results have occured as well.
"Hopefully we can just keep winning games no matter who we come up against, the boys are always ready to go and we have a tremendous team spirit here and we don't take anything for granted.
"We know that they have some good players, we witnessed that earlier in the season at their place, it was a fantastic free-kick that day. I was watching highlights from that game the other day, they've got a great attacking force and we've got to be careful of that.
"I think we can exploit them defensively and hopefully we look to do that."
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