Bolton Wanderers sealed automatic promotion to League One in emphatic style with a 4-1 win over Crawley Town.
Antoni Sarcevic put Wanderers ahead early on before Oladapo Afolayan added a second.
Crawley's George Francomb was sent off for a second bookable offence midway through the first half, before Eoin Doyle struck after the break for Wanderers' third.
Lloyd Isgrove netted Bolton's fourth before Davide Rodari scored what proved to be a consolation for the hosts as Bolton secured their place back in League One.
Afterwards, Bolton manager Ian Evatt spoke to the press and here's his immediate reaction
How are you feeling?
“Look I didn’t really want to say too much during the week because last week really hurt us as a team and as a squad and as a town really, but what it did do is it made us determined to not let that happen again and from Monday morning at 9am that was forgotten and the way they’ve applied themselves this week and trained, I knew that was coming.
"They were so determined from the first second today, they were completely on their game.”
Is that the best 90 minutes of the whole season in the last game?
“It certainly feels the best. I just think the way we were so aggressive with our play, we passed it when we had to pass it but we mixed it as well.
"We ran forwards, we got bodies in the box, I’ve been moaning at Dapo and Isgrove for the last four or five weeks about getting in the back post.
"You see the top teams, the wide players are always in at the back post and today Dapo’s got his rewards. Sarce’s was a huge, huge performance and it was great to have him back.
"But the lads deserve it, they’ve been absolutely incredible since January. The ones that have been here from the very start, we’ve been through tough times together but, boy does this feel good.”
What does it mean to the town of Bolton and to you and where does it stand in your career?
“This is number one and I’ve said this many times and I don’t mean to disrespect the other clubs that I’ve played for and had success with, but no one really knows what I’ve had to go through this season.
"Only the people really closest to me know and it’s been a big old ship to turn around. It really has and we’ve slowly but surely built trust in the town.
"I’ve had good people around me and good people at the football club and all of a sudden we’ve reconnected with the club, the community, the town again. We’ve made everybody happy, but this is just the start for us.
"We’re really going to enjoy tonight and enjoy the summer, but we have a vision for this football club and this is just the start of what’s going to be a very good journey.”
Do you now turn your attention firmly to next season?
“We’ve already got plans in place and we have firm belief that we’d do this and get promoted. We’ve been working extremely hard behind the scenes putting a foundation in place.
"Recruitment is important and you’re only as good as the players on the pitch - we need to get that start getting that right. We haven’t got that right of late, we did in January but we didn’t before it.
"This is just the start, we want to get this club back to where I feel it belongs. One small step but plenty of big ones to come.”