Three goals in the final 17 minutes saw Reading overturn a 2-0 deficit at Bristol City and emerge with a 3-2 success. Royals boss Brian McDermott praised the fighting spirit in his players, who have now won two and drawn one of their last three Championship games.
"You've got that (spirit) or you haven't. It comes with results and it comes over time," he said.
"I've been lucky enough to have such a good group and we've still got that spirit and you have to maintain that.
"Tonight we've done that and we've given our fans a really good night.
"At 2-0 Adam Federici kept us in the game. He made two or three brilliant saves, and then when Jobi got the goal I thought we could go on and we certainly did.
"Our substitutes came on and did well, and that's why we're such a good group.
"We have to be absolutely delighted to come here, 2-0 down with 20 minutes to go and win the game 3-2 - it's fantastic for our fans.
"It gives us the momentum of getting seven points from the last nine.
"We were hanging in there. There were times we didn't play as well as we wanted to but it was a fantastic result."
City counterpart Keith Millen was devastated with the result and the refusal to allow a third minute goal.
Millen said: "It's probably the hardest defeat that we've had to accept.
"We had a fantastic 65 minutes and should have been three-up at half-time.
"We've seen Albert's goal and he was two yards onside so the officials have made a bad decision.
"For them to even get back in the game was unbelievable."