Bolton Wanderers boss Gary Megson was disappointed with his side's display in Sunday's crucial 1-0 victory against Newcastle United.
It was the Trotters' third consecutive home success and lifted them back in to the top half of the Premier League table but Megson believes there is still much more to come from his team.
He said: "It was a great result and we got that clean sheet, but if you saw the game then you'd know that we can pass it better than we did.
"I think we've got the result on the fact that we've scored and then the desire, drive, determination and honesty shone through from the players that we've got.
"At times we've played poorly and at times we've played well, but the be all and end all is getting results.
"We spoke before the game about how we could either use the gap that we've created as a cushion or a springboard.
"I'd like us to look at this as a springboard so that we're looking above us rather than below.
"We had the Hull and Blackburn game today, but we had as much interest, if not more, in the West Ham and Manchester City game because that's where we want to end up."