The Newcastle icon took to Twitter after the Tyneside outfit's 1-0 win at Bournemouth.
Indeed, Steve McClaren's men won thanks to an Ayoze Perez goal to lift themselves out of the relegation zone for the first time in what will feel like years for suffering fans.
But the Magpies didn't exactly impress with their performance as Bournemouth dominated proceedings.
Lovenkrands, however, says he doesn't care about Newcastle's display - only the result and three big points.
Yet he too was happy enough for Newcastle to have won without playing well. It certainly makes a change from playing well and losing - or playing badly and losing.
Next up for the St James' Park outfit is a home clash against Leicester City after the international break.
For now, though, Lovenkrands, Shearer and anyone else affiliated with the club - including Newcastle's many legions of fans - can celebrate their second Premier League win of the season, as well as being out of the bottom three...