DEREK GOULDING says the win over Farsley shows that Burscough are still full of fight.
The Linnets moved out of the bottom two in the Evo-Stik First Division North with a 2-1 win on Tuesday night.
Goals from Mark Beesley and Conor Roberts gave the Greens their third win of the season and provided Goulding with the reaction he was searching for following their 4-1 defeat at home to Bamber Bridge three days earlier.
The Burscough boss was left bitterly disappointed with their performance last weekend but was heartened by the gritty display his team showed in Yorkshire on Tuesday night.
And he wants a repeat performance at Wakefield on Saturday.
"Everyone was disappointed with Saturday," said Goulding.
"So it was good that we could put it behind us and put it to bed. It was an off day for us.
"We can crack on now and hopefully learn from it. We can't let it happen again and the lads have taken that on board.
"The key to Tuesday night was that every one of the lads gave me a reaction from Saturday.
"Saturday didn't just upset me but it upset the players and on Tuesday they showed to me that they are still with it and still behind what we are doing."
Goulding believes Burscough's poor performance against Bamber Bridge was influenced by their exit from the FA Trophy the week before.
"The FA Cup and FA Trophy break up your league programme," he said.
"We put in two great performances against Marine and were unfortunate to go out on an own goal.
"We can now focus on the league.”