West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Mowbray refused to get carried away after seeing his side move to within one win of a Premier League return with a 2-1 success at Norwich City.
Goals from Robert Koren and Zoltan Gera gave the Baggies a priceless win at Carrow Road, leaving Albion in pole position to seal automatic promotion.
Mowbray said: "In this game you are never there until you are there. There's still a job to be done and we haven't done it yet.
"The players will now be given a few days off because they've had a very busy period and then it will be back to work to prepare for the game against Southampton.
"They are fighting for points at the other end of the table, so we know that it will be a very tough game and that's the only thing we are thinking about at the moment.
"It's been a very good week for us and all credit to the players, because they've had to play six games in the space of 18 days and it hasn't been easy for them."