Wrexham's 2-0 victory away at Notts County on Saturday felt like a seismic moment in their season. After the game, Phil Parkinson ranked it among his best-ever days as a manager - and it's easy to see why.
Backed by a raucous, packed-out away end, his side secured a vital three points against one of their principle League Two promotion rivals, with whom they enjoyed a historic title race with in the National League last season.
Parkinson wasn't the only one who enjoyed himself either. Striker Paul Mullin was a very happy man too, describing the trip as the "perfect away day". Mullin made a telling contribution at Meadow Lane, providing the assist for Ollie Palmer's 76th-minute goal which sealed the result for Wrexham, after Elliot Lee opened the scoring just a few moments earlier.
It marked Mullin's fourth goal contribution in as many games, as his campaign gets back on track following an extremely difficult start to the season which forced his attacking team-mates to step up to the plate.