Dennis Greene may not have the moves to win Strictly Come Dancing, but he didn’t care as he celebrated Boston United’s 2-1 victory at Hednesford Town.
As the final whistle blew the Pilgrims manager ran to the fans, where he joined in the celebrations with a double fist-pump jig.
“It means everything to me like it probably does to them,” said Greene, explaining why he chose to dance with the travelling support.
“I was nervous and edgy through the game, obviously.
“But they believe in us.”
Goals from Carl Piergianni and Dayle Southwell earned the Pilgrims their sixth away win of the Vanarama North campaign.
And Greene is adamant that this result - which sees United close the gap on fifth-placed Guiseley to two points - can be a major turning point in the campaign.
“It keeps us in it. It’s a good day at the office,” he added.
“It gives us a bit of hope and belief that we can go on and get something from this season.”