Friday night’s match against Adelaide United saw the glory return to winning ways with a come-from-behind 3-1 victory in front of 10,011 at nib.
Andy Keogh’s second-half double ensured all three points in a fiery affair, with the Irish striker continuing his goal-scoring form.
The marksman was happy to return to the winner’s circle and the result was a fair reward for their hard work over the last month.
“We deserved it,” the striker said.
“We’ve been playing some good football,
“But to get the three points on the board is important for confidence and morale,” he added.
Keogh believes the results from the previous three matches before Friday’s night's win didn’t truly reflect the effort and quality Perth had been displaying.
The 30-year-old said the squad has set high expectations and standards and the Vice-Captain is adamant the side belongs near the summit of the table.
“We should be second in the table I think,” Keogh said.
“That’s where we should be, top 2.”
Friday’s match-winner replied “of course” when quizzed on whether the best was still to come for the Glory, with the league’s equal top goal-scorer outlining a number of positives.
“We’re working hard at the training ground,” he said.
“Shane Lowry’s back, Tags (Adam Taggart) is getting back now,
“We’ve got good options, and some of the young lads are really champing at the bit to make a name for themselves, so that’s important as well,” Keogh added.
Glory takes on a resilient Central Coast this Thursday at 4:50PM (AWST).