Norwich City manager Bryan Gunn has demanded more consistency from his side after they defied the odds to beat promotion-chasing Cardiff City 2-0 at Carrow Road.
Dave Mooney and Cody McDonald grabbed the goals that helped Gunn's side clinch only their tenth Championship win of the campaign.
"When you look at the Blackpool performance sandwiched in between a great win at QPR and another one tonight, you do scratch your head," said the perplexed Canaries boss after the game.
"But there's no point looking back now, it's about looking forward.
"We've got to maintain that level of commitment and performance for the rest of the season, starting with another very important game against Plymouth on Saturday, and if we do that we'll have a chance.
"We've now set the standard and we've eight games left and 24 points to play for. We've got to keep it up."