Valencia manager Gary Neville has revealed that his team never stopped believing in themselves during the poor start to his reign at the Mestalla.
The former Manchester United defender is happy with the mood within the dressing room following a back-to-back La Liga win at the weekend against Granada.
Goals from Dani Parejo and Santi Mina saw Valencia claim a 2-1 away win at Granada in La Liga following their 2-1 victory at home to Espanyol.
Neville’s men also hammered Rapid Vienna 6-0 on Thursday in the Europa League so it’s three consecutive wins in all competitions which has helped eased the pressure on the manager.
“It’s a very important victory. You have to make the most of the good moments when they arrive, and the mood of the dressing room has changed,” he said.
“We have to continue taking the victories; you can’t get carried away, we must continue working in order to keep winning.
“I am not liberated by this win – I’m happy. We could have finished the first half 2-0 up, as we had two good chances.
“In the second half Granada were obviously going to press us a lot. We saw that this team never stopped believing.”
Valencia are now 11th on the La Liga log with 31points in 25 matches so far.