Wigan manager Roberto Martinez has warned his players not to get carried away with beating Chelsea as there are more important matches yet to be won.
The Latics pulled off a shock last weekend when they ended the 100% record of Carlo Ancelotti's side, recording their first Barclays Premier League victory over a `big four' club in 35 attempts.
Wigan fully deserved the 3-1 win but Martinez is keeping his feet on the ground ahead of the trip to struggling Hull on Saturday.
"What happened against Chelsea has gone, it's finished. It was an historic day but we have to focus on Hull," said the Spaniard.
"We wanted to have a performance against one of the top four - it has taken us 35 games - but everyone in the town is proud of the players.
"That is important but that is at the back of our minds now and we are ready for the next challenge, which is completely different."