"We got a good performance," he told Sky Sports News. "First half, I thought we played on the counter a little bit and we went after them also and we had some good chances, but I felt they were making too many chances also - it was very open.
"Second half we ground it out, it was more of just get the result. It's a win and they have been hard to come by so we are delighted and I am delighted for the players."
Next up for Wales is a World Cup qualifier against Scotland at Hampden Park on March 22.