Wolverhampton Wanderers boss, Paul Lambert, is happy with the performance of his side after pulling off one of the biggest upsets of the FA Cup this year by beating Liverpool 2-1 at Anfield.
"I thought we deserved it, I really did," Lambert told Sky Sports after the win. "The first goal gave us something to hold on to, on the counter attack I thought we were incredible and what we have got is incredible team spirit.
"If you have a good team spirit and have the fans and the team bouncing off each other you have a chance."
"We met all that head on and we deserved to win. There are a lot of really young players in our team. They are in there on merit.
"Liverpool made a lot of changes but so did we. The bigger picture for the club is huge with the age of some of these lads."
"I just thought if the young players could hold their nerve with the crowd and thrive on the atmosphere rather than fear it we would have a chance as a team."
Wolves await Monday's fifth round draw to see who their next opponents will be after a first minute header from Richard Stearman, followed by a debut goal for Andreas Weimann, put the Wanderers through.
Liverpool turned up the heat in the final five minutes of the game after Divock Origi scored from close range but were unable to overturn Wolves' 2-1 lead, giving them their third straight home loss.