Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand has warned his side to remain focused on staying in the Premier League.
The Rs beat Tottenham 1-0 on Saturday evening to move three points clear of the drop zone with just three games left to play.
Their jump out of the bottom three has largely been down to their home form in the last month, as they have now beaten Tottenham, Liverpool, Arsenal and Swansea since the end of March at Loftus Road.
They have two difficult away trips to come, at Chelsea and Manchester City, but take on Stoke City in their final home game of the campaign on May 6th.
Ferdinand has been part of a defence that has conceded just one goal in their last three games and the centre-back is not allowing his team-mates to become complacent with their position in the table.
He told the club's official website: "It's a massive win that could push us on to safety but we're not safe yet. We can't for one second think that we're safe.
"Now it's time to try and get something away from home next weekend (at Chelsea) and carry on the form that we're showing at home.
"We've had two clean sheets in a row at home now - and two very big ones. We know that when we're at home we're hard to play against.
"We've shown that when needs be, we can stick together and win important games."