St Mirren boss Danny Lennon believes the weekend's Scottish Communities League Cup triumph will long live in the memories of the Paisley club.
The Buddies completed an historic fightback by beating Heart of Midlothian 3-2 after falling a goal behind at Hampden Park on Sunday and Lennon was delighted to share the success with the faithful fans who have been starved in recent times.
"It was absolutely fantastic and they are the type of moments that live long in your memory for the rest of your life," Lennon told STV.
"It was wonderful turning up to Hampden and the kit men had put out all the homemade cards from the schoolkids and plastered them throughout the dressing room for the players coming in.
"It was a lovely moment, a moment that told us we were not just there for ourselves but there for the community of Paisley. We are delighted for the people of Paisley that they are going to work sometime this week with a spring in their steps, and long may that continue."