Worcester boss Richard Hill was full of praise for his team after their 12-3 Premiership victory over Saracens at Sixways on Friday.
In a match played in poor conditions, due to rain, Warriors fly-half Andy Goode scored all his side's points via three penalties and a drop goal but Hill hailed his entire side for the result which takes them clear of the relegation zone.
"What a performance," he said.
"We were full of intensity, commitment and passion for the whole of the 80 minutes.
"We have been feeling a bit of pressure as we felt as a club that we had gone into our shell over the last three weeks but from the kick-off tonight we were terrific.
"We should have won the game by a lot more than 12-3.
"We are getting into the opposition 22 but failing to finish off the good approach work. It makes a big difference if you get one try as it pushes you away from the opposition."
Worcester's young centre Joe Carlisle left the field with an ankle injury during the firt half but Hill is hopeful it is not too serious.
Saracens boss Mark McCall said although the match was not an entertaining spectacle his side made too many mistakes which cost them the win.
"It was a dreadful game of rugby, I feel sorry for anybody who had to watch that," he said.
"It was a very, very wet pitch but that's no real excuse, there was no flow to the game and it was very depressing.
"We made a lot of unforced errors and were regularly penalised in the scrum area that cost us field positions. When they got into our territory, they kicked their penalties which we didn't."