Last Updated: Mon, 01 Apr 2013 18:32
Barnsley boss David Flitcroft was keen to wax lyrical about his side's performance following their 2-0 win over Leicester.
A Michael Keane own goal and one from Sheffield Wednesday loanee Chris O'Grady were enough to ensure the Tykes climbed back out of the bottom three at the first attempt.
Veteran striker Jason Scotland also saw his second-half penalty saved by Kasper Schmeichel and Flitcroft insisted it could have been a lot more.
"It could have been four, five, six. The two goals, I'd love to see them again. The passing, the intricacy, wow. I wish we were watching them on telly," he said.
"We could have been talking about a huge scoreline because that's how much we dominated Leicester. We were brilliant.
"The top teams want to play you, they've got great players. Leicester are a team of superb individuals but we didn't let them play.
"I've talked a lot about the fight and the spirit in recent weeks but here I'm talking about the football. It was a relentless approach.
"It's an honour to be a manager on a day like this. Our football was just exhilarating. If I'm being honest I didn't expect us to get up to those kind of levels after being bombarded on Saturday."
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