Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cotterill refused to be drawn on his club's npower Championship survival despite being seven points clear of the drop zone.
Forest had to settle for a goalless draw with play-off hopefuls Blackpool to edge ever nearer safety but Cotterill refuses to take anything for granted.
He said afterwards: "Theoretically we need two more points to get us where we want to be and we will just have to carry on as we have been doing until we get there. We have stayed focussed for a long time and thankfully our performances have stayed with us but any manager would tell you in this situation that there is work still to be done."
He added: "I thought our performance against Blackpool warranted three points and talking to their bench after the game they said that no team has put them under the kind of pressure that we did.
"And if there was a stand-out performance from anyone today it was from their goalkeeper, who made some fantastic saves.
"Blackpool, for their part, are always a difficult team to play against so I was delighted that we collected our fourth clean sheet in five games."
Blackpool did have to thank goalkeeper Matt Gilks, who denied Greg Cunningham and Dexter Blackstock in quick succession before half-time, and manager Ian Holloway was quick to emphasise Gilks' contribution.
He said: "My goalie was in great form and made two greats stops when he had to. When I came he wanted to leave but he's improved mentally more than any person I have ever worked with.
"His concentration is brilliant and although he's as mad as a brush, you have to be when you play in goal. I thought my two centre-halves were also very good today because Dexter Blackstock is a handful but I thought we were pretty good as a team.
"We looked solid, played some good football and were close to playing 'not bad at all'. I just thought we were guilty of trying to walk the ball into the net in the first half when we could have had a go."