Ipswich Town boss Paul Jewell was delighted with his side's 3-0 win over Coventry City on Monday night.
Speaking to the Press Association after the game, he said: "The game could have been over by half-time and it was nice to put in a decent attacking performance for our supporters.
"We've got a lot of new players and it was never going to happen overnight, but tonight we showed what we're capable of.
"The players showed a lot of character and from the first whistle we closed them down, passed the ball well and created opportunities, which we haven't been doing.
"Goals change games and if they'd scored first, the boot would have been on the other foot.
"It's all about building confidence but we're not going to get carried away after one game.
"We were a little bit too open at times but at least we created opportunities and put them on the back foot."