Jimmy Walker has warned relegation-threatened Walsall not to get carried away by their recent upturn in form, insisting: "We've achieved nothing yet."
The Saddlers goalkeeper has played his part over the last seven games, helping the club register 11 points to move off the foot of League One to within one point of safety, a position helped by Plymouth's recent deduction.
But the matches keep coming think and fast with Rochdale at home on Saturday and then Southampton, Swindon, Leyton Orient and Yeovil in the space of 15 days.
Walker told Walsall's official website: "We've certainly put ourselves into a decent position but we've got to work even harder to carry it on and come the end of the season make sure we've got enough.
"We've got the momentum and it's better to be that way. I've been in situations before when you've been dragged down and it's a horrible feeling because you don't know where the next win is going to come from.
"The work has been great and it has put us in the position where we have got a chance but the hard work starts now. We haven't got enough points to rest on any laurels. Every game is going to be massive and we've got to prepare right and prepare for a battle."