Hearts midfielder Calem Nieuwenhof says he "never doubted" they could come from behind to beat Dundee, and described the 3-2 win as the "best" he's been involved in since his summer move to Tynecastle.
The Australian scored Hearts' first goal on the night to spark the turnaround, and hailed the team spirit present in Steven Naismith's squad.
"We know that the first 45 was nowhere near good enough, but we knew we had nothing to lose, tried to stay positive and kept putting them under pressure," Nieuwenhof said.
"It's the best Hearts game I've been involved in so far - to come from 2-0 down to win at home. I'm so happy for me and the lads.
"The group we've got are such strong characters. Everyone had that belief and that showed out there. I never really doubted that we could come back.
"It's really important for us to get the fans behind us. In the second half when we got the momentum, you can tell the crowd knows that and they start to get behind us - that pushes us even further.
"Ever since I've been here it's clear the expectations are super high. The first half wasn't good enough, but I'm just happy with the reaction and the win. It's important to keep putting distance between us and the chasing pack."