Neil McCann guided Dundee to their first win in the Premiership after six straight defeats and he hopes this is now a “turning point” for the Dark Blues.
After a disastrous start to the season, Dundee more than earned their first points of the campaign with an away win against Hamilton and will now be hoping to take this momentum onto their next few fixtures as they eye moving up the table.
"I hope this is a turning point and I believe we can carry on from here," said McCann.
"We have a tough game next weekend against Kilmarnock but I told them to enjoy the weekend because it has been a long time coming.
"It is a relief to get the three points and I am really pleased for the guys. I have been saying for a number of weeks that I had belief in them to get a result.
"I thought we were well worth the three points. We dominated the first half and we continued to do things well.
"The coming weeks will tell us how high the confidence will soar. It was a happy dressing room.”
"There has been questions asked if the dressing room was together in these dark times but today showed the togetherness and it showed I have a bunch of boys who love being in each other's company."