The Frenchman spoke to our website after the match.
"It was difficult for the first ten minutes, but we took charge afterwards. I think we were the better team in the first half as well, but we conceded two very poor early goals and made it difficult for ourselves. It wasn't easy to play a game like this just three days after the Eternal Derby. Perhaps that's why we've had a slow start in Novi Sad."
Winning mentality was the key, according to the midfielder.
"We wanted to attack, to play positive football and we got rewarded for that. Vojvodina started to get nervous and tired and we took full advantage of that. We talked a lot during the half time break, we knew what we had to improve and we were determined to put the wrongs right. That's what we've done."
Damien was on hand to poke home on 50 minutes.
"The name of the goalscorer really isn't that important. This time it was me, but it will be someone else next time. The most important thing is that the team got back in the game and that we went on to win."