That was the conclusion of manager Dean Keates who watched hi side return to the pitch a much better team and eventually get the better of Bromley.
The 2-0 win at the Racecourse was sealed by a first half penalty save from Christian Dibble - and two goals after they came back out from the impressive Ntumba Massanka.
Keates says overall it was no more than his Red Dragons deserved.
"It was a really good victory, and very much deserved looking at our second half performance," the manager said.
"After half time they did what we asked of them - they played on the front foot and our passing was a lot crisper and we were a lot more fluid.
"In the first half I felt that we were a bit too laboured and struggled to get going.
"Hopefully now the supporters can see we are building up a bit of momentum.
"We have won three games on the bounce now but we know what this division is all about - anyone can beat anyone and as everyone saw with Bromley they gave it a real go and had a penalty saved in the first half."