Simon Murray insists that the Dundee United players know full well that one swallow does not make a Tannadice summer.
The task of hauling themselves to Premiership safety was started with the emphatic victory over Kilmarnock last week.
But, with the gap to the second bottom side still 11 points, there can be no resting on laurels.
The good work needs to continue at Firhill on Saturday, and beyond.
But it’s a challenge that Murray is confident can be fulfilled.
“It was brilliant to get a win and play like we did,” said the former Arbroath man. “But we spoke about it right after and said it was just a start.
“Now we’re looking to the next game and trying to win again.
“We have to get the gap down, and we can.
“I said the other week I know we have the ability to get out of this, and we do.
“We know we can win the games we need to, now we have to do it.”
Murray’s tireless work as the first line of United’s defence has been credited with helping spark the United revival.
The 23-year-old isn’t one who needs to be asked to put in a shift for his team-mates.
“That’s part of my game,” he said. “And, if we haven’t got the ball, I’ll work to get it back.
“Against teams like Celtic it can be hard because they have players at the back who can use the ball quickly.
“No disrespect to Killie and other teams but if you’re closing down defenders they’re just kicking the ball up the park.
“That means we can get it back and put pressure on teams.
“We did that on Saturday and we have to keep it going.”