Greig Laidlaw has dedicated Scotland's win over Italy in the Six Nations earlier today to the country's fans.
The home side put their defeat against England last week behind them to take a 34-10 win at Murrayfield.
The scrum-half told BBC Sport: "There have been tough times for fans, this one's for them.
"We had to do the dirty work. I'm fortunate enough to pick up the man-of-the-match but that's because the forwards did their job."
Scotland's interim coach Scott Johnson added: "I liked our intent. I think straight from the start we were aggressive. We had our chances and we scored off them."
Scotland's next Six Nations match is against Ireland in two weeks.