Both Marnick Vermijl and Eoin Doyle spoke to PNE PlayerHD after combining to score the winner at Gentry Day.
With the score all square at 1-1 going into the final few minutes, an over-cooked cross from Greg Cunningham found its way to Vermijl who fired towards goal, with Doyle just about getting a final touch before the ball sailed into the net.
Both claimed the goals, but both agreed the three points were more important as North End secured a 2-1 victory over north-west rivals Bolton.
Vermijl said: “I had the kick, but I don’t know if he [Doyle] got a touch, I couldn’t see it from my angle.
“The win’s one for the fans as well – we did really well to get the win, and hopefully we can kick on from this.
“You can see how much it meant to the fans today – it’s an unbelievable feeling.”
Of course, Doyle was quick to argue his corner, stating on the goal: “It came off my shin so I’m claiming that it’s mine!
“The changing room’s buzzing to come back from 1-0 down – I think in the second-half we dominated the game and we deserved it in the end.
“The gaffer had a few words at half-time and it worked – we kept grinding them down and eventually we got the goal.”
For more reaction from the PNE twosome, click here for the full interview via PNE PlayerHD.