Leon Britton feels Swansea's stunning 3-2 win over Arsenal on Sunday was coming, but insists his team-mates will not get carried away.
Goals from Scott Sinclair, Nathan Dyer and Danny Graham sealed what was arguably Swansea's greatest victory since their last stint in the top flight 30 years ago.
The win, which moved Swansea up to 10th, was deliriously celebrated by the home support, understandably so given that just nine years ago Swansea had been bottom of the Football League, while Arsenal were top of the Premier League.
And while 29-year-old Britton hopes the win has brought Swansea to the attention of a wider audience, he says the success will have no effect on their work-ethic over the remaining 17 games.
"These are the games that make people sit up and take notice a bit more," said Britton.
"When you beat a big team, especially on the telly, you get more people watching and it gets your name out there, but we are very grounded as a bunch of lads and we will be keeping our feet on the ground.
"It's been coming. In our last home game against Tottenham we played well and were unlucky, we got a draw but could have got the win, and we did well at Aston Villa to get our first away win and now we have beaten Arsenal. It has been a good start to the new year but we are not getting carried away.
"We said after we got that first away win at Villa that we wanted to beat one of the top sides in the country and we have done that, but we have to kick on and make sure we keep getting results."
Britton has become something of a darling for football's statisticians, boasting a pass completion percentage of over 93% - higher than any player in Europe's top leagues.
His display - along with those of goalscorers Sinclair, Dyer and Graham - would have caught the eye of watching England boss Fabio Capello and Britton feels his team-mates must be close to an international call-up.
He added: "It's nice that he (Capello) made the trip down to come and see the game, it's nice to have the England manager watching us.
"I don't see why the guys should not be in the frame for England. They are playing regularly in the Premier League, they are scoring goals and playing well in a team in the top half of the table.
"I don't see why they couldn't get chance of a place in England squad, although it's up to Fabio Capello."