Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti played down talk of a crucial victory in the Premier League title race, after seeing his side win 2-0 at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Coupled with Manchester United's 3-1 failure at Everton, the Blues have lengthened their lead at the top of the table to four points.
Ancelotti was happy with the battling qualities demonstrated at Molineux, as a Didier Drogba brace secured the spoils.
The Italian said: "We won an important game for our future, but we have to be quiet and calm - we have a lot of games and we have to pay attention every game.
"We went into this game knowing we had the chance to improve our position after the Manchester United result.
"The players were aware United had lost and we managed to take advantage of the situation.
"We didn't play that well, but we had a good spirit, battled for every ball and deserved the points.
"But there will be a lot of games between now and the end of the season and nothing is decided at this moment. There are still a lot of points to play for."