She may not have been emphatic in her answer, but the broad smile on the face of Rachael Vanderwal confirmed her dazzling 17-point display against Belgium was indeed her finest contribution in a Great Britain vest.
Vanderwal's dazzling display stands out as GB's road trip begins
The guard was the runaway MVP as she provided the spark for a superb 56-49 victory as Great Britain got their EuroBasket Women 2015 2nd Qualification Round campaign off to a flying start in front of a terrific crowd at the University of Worcester Arena.
Vanderwal produced a high octane and high class effort at both ends of the floor, which culminated in hitting what proved to be the game-winning shot inside the last two minutes.
"Maybe it was one of my better games," said Vanderwal reflecting on a wonderful day both on and off the court, as the team travelled East for the start of three away games in 10 days.
"I have been here with the team for a number of years and experience always helps, so at times we all have to step up into a leadership capacity and carry the team in moments when needed.
"The coach always encourages us to shoot the ball when open and I felt confident to do that with the one near the end.
"I basically just tried to bring a lot of energy, but in reality I think everyone stepped up and it really showed the chemistry that we have right now.
"We certainly had a great start to game and really tried to push the tempo in order to keep it fast-paced.
"We also managed to get lots of big defensive stops at the end which was important."
She added," There is such a great buzz in the camp with the younger players coming in and I think we have a really great mix right now."
Certainly holding the Belgian side to just one basket in the final ten minutes was a phenomenal defensive effort.
In addition to the exceptional play of Vanderwal, it was the main factor in delivering a first competitive win for GB Head Coach Peter Buckle.
Delighted with his debut victory, Coach Buckle was simply content to see his players find some early rhythm, in what promises to be an intense and gruelling campaign.
He said, "This wasn't just about getting the win. It was about us getting into a groove for the players' sake - and we still have room to grow. It feels good to get that first win and it will help build more confidence for us and now we know fully what we can expect."
"I think we saw that we played with the style and brand of basketball that we are pretty good at."
"We got up and down the floor well and we will have to make sure that we utilise what we feel is a robust and deep bench in order to maintain that level of intensity.
"We are going to need every one of our players over these next run of games."
While Buckle now takes his players into a run of three games on the road before wrapping up the schedule with back-to-back home outings, the play-caller is trying not to look too far down the line.
He insisted his main focus is getting the win at FYR of Macedonia on Wednesday night.
"While we do have three games away from home coming up, we are giving this next one our complete and full focus," stressed Buckle.
"We aren't looking too much into the decisions FYR of Macedonia make in respect of their team, we are concentrating on making sure we are fully prepared ourselves."
FYR of Macedonia crashed 108-66 in Lithuania on Sunday, but could prove to be an altogether different proposition on home soil. You can watch highlights of that encounter in Kedainai, Lithuania here. A detailed game report with stats is here.
Great Britain's game at Kavardarci's Arena Jasmin against F.Y.R. of Macedonia takes place on Wednesday night, with the tip-off at 18.30 BST. But it's the first of three successive road games as they go to Lithuania this Sunday and then meet Belgium in Antwerp on Wednesday 18 June.
They then wrap up their campaign at the University of Worcester Arena with games against FYR of Macedonia (Sunday 22 June, 2pm) and Lithuania (Wednesday 25 June, 7pm), when home fans are being encouraged to get closer to the action and roar the team on to a spot at EuroBasket Women 2015. Get your ticket here.
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