Confident Rhyan Mansell is talking up self-belief.
All of sudden, it's returned to the Tasmania Devils.
A flat one-point loss one week turned into a remarkable two-point win the next.
"Most of the boys haven't won many games like that," star utility Mansell said.
"We haven't played too many games [as Tasmania Devils] and haven't won that many yet. To get that win was pretty important to us.
"Just to learn how to win so if we get in those situations again we know we can win."
That was in stark contrast to Oakleigh scrapping a goal off the ground while the Tasmanians struggled to get a clear shot on goal.
"We were down after that game, but we had to take the positives out of it," he said.
"To capitalise against Bendigo was a really good win."
The North Launceston recruit felt such a turnaround was just the tonic against Dandenong Stingrays ahead of Saturday night's AFL clash between North Melbourne and Sydney at Bellerive Oval.
"Everyone is very much up and about," he said. "Hopefully the atmosphere before will be pretty good.
"We want to put on a bit of a performance for a crowd."