Norwich boss Paul Lambert has reiterated his belief that the Canaries are not safe from Premier League relegation until it is mathematically certain.
Lambert's men visit Fulham on Saturday knowing a draw at Craven Cottage will push them to the 40-point mark in their first season back in the top flight.
No team has been relegated having reached the much-coveted total since West Ham dropped into the Championship in 2003.
Norwich have enjoyed a fruitful return to the Premier League and are sitting comfortably in 11th place with only eight games left but Lambert is refusing to contemplate a second season among the elite just yet.
"We have given ourselves a good lead and we are playing well," the Scot said. "It depends on other results as well.
"I know it might be boring nonsense but that is the way I perceive it.
"You just don't know. I have been in football long enough to know that it is the most unpredictable game in sport."
Lambert, who led Norwich to successive promotions from League One, insisted his players will not lose their level-headed attitude.
He added: "It is the same it has always been - no-one gets carried away or too down when things don't go our way.
"I certainly don't want to try and change anybody's mood if we can help it."