Le Fondre, 26, reckons it could be the start of better things - as long as they can follow Norwich's lead.
He said: "It was a good building block for us.
"I think it was important that we didn't lose and if we're picking up points we can build on that.
"I remember Norwich were on a losing streak. But they built from one game and then went on to go 10 games unbeaten.
"We have to take a leaf out of their book."