Ipswich Town boss Paul Jewall said he was pleased for Michael Chopra who scored twice for Ipswich in their 3-2 win at Coventry City.
Speaking to the Press Association, Jewall said: "It's happened to us on numerous occasions this season (late goals) so it was nice to get one that went for us.
"It was end to end in the second half and when it went to 2-2 neither team was settling for a point.
"You try to keep your emotions in check because your opposition is there but we have been through an awful lot as a group and it was nice to have a little bit of payback for all the late goals we have conceded.
"Michael Chopra came into the team against West Ham because he has looked sharp in training. His first was an important goal because we missed the penalty and he followed it in as sharp as a razor," added Jewell.
"Then he got a lovely little header and everyone is really pleased for him."