Fulham manager Roy Hodgson hailed his side's Europa League victory over German champions Wolfsburg, as one of the finest evenings in his life.
Fulham can now add Wolfsburg to their growing list of European scalps that include Italian giants Roma and Juventus as well as UEFA cup [Europa League's previous name] holders Shakhtar Donetsk.
The Cottagers beat Wolfsburg 3-1 on aggregate after a 2-1 home win at Craven Cottage last week and a 0-1 away win in Germany on Thursday thanks to an early strike from Bobby Zamora.
In-form striker Zamora got his side off to the best possible start with just 21 seconds played and Hodgson admitted he was "delighted the performance".
He said: "It is pretty much up there some very good evenings in my life. It's nice to make history and I am delighted for the players."
The Whites boss also complemented the way his players responded from Wolfsburg's last minute away goal in the first leg last week, he said: "They [the players] were so determined to give a better account of themselves and were gutted by the goal we conceded at Craven Cottage after a performance which should have seen us keep a clean sheet.
"It's a very strong performance to come here [Wolfsburg] and win one nil away from home in a game which I thought for long periods we had very good control over."
Hodgson also praised Zamora's goal but also admitted that he felt his side should have at least doubled their lead, he added: "I think with a little bit more energy we could have increased the score further as we had a so many chances towards the end of the game.
"Bob [Bobby Zamora] did ever so well and his combination with Gera for the goal was magnificent."