Jay Bothroyd has called on Wolverhampton Wanderers to continue their professional approach in the final four games of the season.
Wolves bounced back from successive defeats by beating Hull 3-1 on Easter Monday, with Bothroyd netting twice.
Mick McCarthy's men still harbour hope of promotion to the Premiership, and Bothroyd has urged similar performances for the rest of the campaign.
"Beating Hull was a really important win after having lost two games, so we had to rectify that in a must-win game," he said.
"I think there was a bit of pressure on us, but we are professional footballers who have to handle that.
"I think we did a professional job and even after Hull's goal, we were reasonably comfortable.
"We have got four games left to go and we have got to do a professional job in those games as well if we are to achieve our aims."