Myles Weston was delighted to have grabbed his first ever league goal for the club. He explained: "Last season I had a lot of injury problems, but this year I've really enjoyed myself and I'm so happy to have got my first league goal.
"I was wondering when the drought was going to end. I had scored in the Carling Cup earlier this season and I enjoyed that, but I really wanted to get a league goal.
"I've got it now. I just hope I can get more!"
Ian McParland announced that he will be doing his best to keep his players' feet firmly on the ground, saying: "I am not going to start shouting play-offs or anything like that. We will keep our heads down and approach the next game.
"We are on an unbeaten run but we won't get complacent. I won't let us.
"As soon as you start doing that you get a kick up the backside and you are soon back down to earth."
Goal scorer, Jamie Forrester praised the character shown by the team and showed his delight at netting his third of the season. He said: "It is always nice to get back to back victories and get on the score sheet.
"We wouldn't have been flattered with four or five goals in the first half, we created that many chances.
"It was fantastic to play well and we were all buzzing but it was still only 1-0 at half-time and obviously the goal we conceded proved that we should have done better.
"We conceded straight after half-time but we have got a bit of belief this year and we have got a lot of players with character at the club that can fight back from setbacks. That can only be good for the future."
New Port Vale boss, Dean Glover blamed his side's loss on stupid errors, declaring: "We gave silly goals away. We have to play with more confidence, especially at the start of games.
"We've got to take a look at ourselves and try and play with more belief.
"We need to get the ball down and try and cut out the basic errors."