Yann David expressed the feeling of solidarity in the Bourgoin camp after they recorded their first win of the Heineken Cup season on Friday.
The fans at the Stade Pierre Rajon would have feared a fifth straight home defeat when they trailed Ulster by eight points with half an hour to play.
But tries from Arnaud Tchougong and Jean-Francois Coux after 56 and 64 minutes put them in front.
And after the match Coux said: "We are really pleased with this victory. We managed to regroup at half-time and then we held on until the end and didn't give anything away. We worked as a group and the team really showed a good spirit. It's great to have been rewarded by a win."
Bougoin's captain on the night Julien Frier said, "We went a long way to grab that victory. The game however didn't start off on the right track for us but we managed to reverse its course and the victory is even more enjoyable in that respect.
"Tonight our fans were amazing, we hadn't felt such a bond between the team and the public at home in a while."
And centre Yann David summed up the feelings of his side, "Finally we get a win in the Heineken Cup," he said. "We have been waiting for that moment with much excitement. It was hard to get into the game at first but then we managed to play well together. There is a big solidarity feeling amongst us and it shows on the field."
Bourgoin now face a back-to-back double with Gloucester in Rounds 3 and 4, first at home then away at Kingsholm in what could be the Pool decider.