Graham Dorrans insists his West Brom team-mates cannot afford to rest on their laurels after their recent win over West Ham and must keep fighting until the end of the Premier League season.
Saido Berahino's decisive 11th-minute strike against Sam Allardyce's men moved Albion up to 15th place in the table, four points clear of the relegation scrap with only two games remaining for the bottom three.
Dorrans admits victory over the Hammers was huge for his side and says West Brom are targeting another positive result when they travel to the Emirates Stadium for their Super Sunday clash with Arsenal.
"It was a massive one for us," Dorrans told the Weekend Warm-Up on Sky Sports. "You see how the table is now - if we didn't win we would have been down there a bit, but as I say we got the three points.
"There's a little gap now but it's not finished yet. We go again on Sunday and hopefully we can get points there.
"We knew it was a massive game, especially with this big game coming up on Sunday as well which is a hard one.
"We knew if we got the points we would put a little bit of cushion in there. But as I say we are still fully focused on getting a few more points.
"We need to keep going, get as many points as we can until it's mathematically safe. So we will keep going and keep pushing hard. We are preparing for Sunday and preparing to get some points to see us safe."
This year has largely been a frustrating one for Dorrans after finding himself frozen out for much of the season under previous manager Steve Clarke.
And the Scotland international admits he is unsure what the future holds for him with his contract at The Hawthorns set to expire in the summer.
"When I was out of the team your confidence gets low and you start to worry about what's going to happen for next season," he said
"I knew as soon as I got myself back in my confidence would go back up. I knew I could get some game time and play back at this level. That's the best thing for me that's come out of it in the last seven weeks, getting myself back in and getting my confidence back up.
"You do start to worry when you haven't played for seven months. It's only natural you start to think that way.
"In the last seven games I've done OK and we've picked up some good wins and results. We've got a game on Sunday and that's what I'm preparing for at the minute.
"Once we are safe I'll speak to the club and see what happens for my future."
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