Ronnie Moore praised Tranmere for their second-half fightback as the League One leaders came from a goal down to beat Scunthorpe 3-1 on Tuesday.
And there was redemption for Moore, who had unhappy memories of his last visit to Glanford Park with Tranmere in 2009.
"It makes up for the last time I was here," Moore told
BBC Radio Merseyside.
"Last time I was here,
I got the sack.
I don't think that will be happening."
Moore's misery at Glanford Park
- Tranmere's 1-1 draw at Scunthorpe in May 2009 denied Rovers a play-off place
- Ronnie Moore's side would have finished in the top six, but an 88th-minute goal from Cliff Byrne saw Scunthorpe claim sixth spot
- The Iron, then managed by Nigel Adkins, won promotion to the Championship at Wembley, while Moore was sacked a month later
Moore was dismissed after failing to reach the play-offs that season.
But Tranmere have been in scintillating form since the 59-year-old returned to Prenton Park in March, and Rovers stretched their lead at the top of the table to four points with victory on Tuesday.
Moore's side were 1-0 down at the interval, but a brace from Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro and a first goal of the campaign for captain James Wallace preserved Tranmere's unbeaten record in League One.
"It was a pity he [Akpa Akpro] didn't get his hat-trick, but we've got three players now all on seven goals so it shows we're doing something right," added Moore.
"We've got a fantastic game coming up now on Saturday [against fourth-placed Notts County].
"It will be a tough old game there because they're a good side, they move the ball well and it's a big pitch.
"But if we play anything like we've played in the second half, I don't think there's anybody in this league that will live with us."