Sheffield United striker Rob Hulse is delighted that his side have started to prove the doubters wrong by pulling away from relegation danger in the Premiership.
The Blades moved ten points clear of the dropzone with a 2-1 victory at home to Spurs at the weekend, but Hulse has warned his team-mates not to relax and think the job is done.
He commented: "A lot of the lads here had a point to prove and when that's the case, you are dangerous.
"There are no big egos at this club. We're a good, hard-working side who play some good football and show a lot of character.
"But although we've this ten-point cushion, we can't take too much confidence from it.
"There's still a long way to go, so we're not taking anything for granted, but we're not looking behind us either.
"We're just concentrating on what we're doing, what we can affect, and hopefully come the end of May, we will be sitting pretty.
"The belief is there, but we've got some tough games coming up. We will just keep doing what we have been doing, which is working hard."