Torquay United: Chris Hargreaves hails 'massive win' in survival bid
Torquay manager Chris Hargreaves says his side "live to fight another day" in the Football League after Saturday's vital 2-1 victory at Bristol Rovers.
The result leaves Torquay seven points from safety with four matches to play.
Hargreaves told BBC South, South West and West Late Kick Off: "It's still a mountain [to climb] but I'm pleased that we didn't lay down and die today.
"It was a massive win and a really good performance, amid quite a lot of pressure. I'm delighted for the lads."
United's remaining fixtures
18 April: Dag & Red (home)
21 April: Exeter (away)
26 April: Mansfield (away)
3 May: Wycombe (home)
Torquay went into Saturday's game knowing that a defeat plus other results going against them would see them relegated.
"I don't think you can look at the table and worry, because it will just give you a heart attack," Hargreaves continued.
"We're used to being in this situation. I walked into the club in this situation, and we're still in this situation.
"We live to fight another day. The fans were magnificent. I thank them so much.
"All we can do is try and win again next week.
"We will fight to the last minute of every game."