Blackpool boss Ian Holloway was delighted with his side's 3-1 win over Nottingham Forest which keeps their Coca-Cola Championship play-off dream alive.
Goals from Charlie Adam and DJ Campbell put the Seasiders in charge and, although Forest pulled one back through Joe Garner, Campbell grabbed his second of the game late on to keep Blackpool on the coat-tails of sixth-placed Swansea, who also won 3-1 at home against Barnsley.
Holloway said: "The rollercoaster ride goes on. The win was all we wanted."
The former Plymouth boss continued: "Everybody was very critical at the end of last week's defeat by Newcastle, but that's five wins out of the last six games.
"The one we lost was at Newcastle and if it was a dog fight they would be a rottweiler and we wouldn't even be a Chihuahua."
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