MK Dons manager Karl Robinson has insisted that his side deserved the good fortune that led to their opening goal in their 3-0 win over Doncaster Rovers in League One.
The Milton Keynes outfit endured a frustrating hour before Dean Bowditch put them ahead inadvertently, deflecting a clearance into the opposition's goal.
After the game, Robinson declared that his side were due a spot of luck, having been denied it all season.
"It's the first time all season we've had a fluke, where the keeper's missed it or an own goal or something that's gone our way," PA quotes him as saying.
"I said to Richie [Barker] that we're overdue it and we need to get a few more between now and the end of the season. I thought we were very good, we were so patient and I always thought that we looked in control against a good side."
The result keeps MK Dons' hopes of automatic promotion alive, leaving them in third place in the table, one point behind Preston North End in second.