Boss Pat Fenlon pointed to the clean sheet as one of the most satisfying aspects to emerge from a productive day's work after watching Hibernian climb to the SPL's top spot following a 3-0 home win over Dundee, writes Neil McGlade.
Fenlon said: "Winning football matches gives you that confidence. I don't think where we are in the league is a real concern.
"So It's important we move on and make Easter Road a very difficult place for teams to come and play, and that's what we've set out to do.
"Picking up the three points is important but we've got to stop conceding goals so it was very pleasing to keep a clean sheet. If we can add that (not conceding) to our firepower then we should be ok."
Against Dundee, chances for both sides proved to be extremely limited within the opening stages with the midfield positions seeing the majority of possession.
Fenlon admits he believed scoring the first goal was always going to prove crucial in the club's bid to secure all three points. He was, therefore, thankful it was his side who gained the initiative on the half hour mark.
He added: "At the time, people were probably getting a little bit frustrated as we hadn't created too many chances.
"So I think it was really important to get the first goal, particularly in a game like this where Dundee came to make it difficult for us and we've got to try and break them down. We managed to do that in the end so the first goal was critical.
"But it was a good win for us so I'm delighted. It was really important we picked up the three points with the break coming up, and after being beaten last week."
There were several good performances from the team in bottle green, but Fenlon paid tribute to striker Doyle who has now scored three goals in three games.
He said: "He (Doyle) could have had a few more today but I thought he was exceptional with his work-rate and finish with the goal. I'm delighted for him and you can see the confidence is now oozing out of him."
An interview with Fenlon is now available to watch on Hibernian TV (click here to subscribe)
Click here to watch an excerpt via our official YouTube channel
Extended highlights from the victory will be aired on Monday with interviews with Sean Murdoch, Alex Harris, James McPake and Hall of Fame inductee Eric Stevenson scheduled to be aired over the next week. Plus Hibernian TV will be catching up with lifelong Hibee and successful author Ted Brack as he chats about his latest book about the team in green; chronicling the demolition of Hearts at Tynecastle on New Year's Day, 1973.