Goal scorer Dale Stephens says Brighton & Hove Albion still have work to do, despite opening up a nine-point gap over third-bottom Millwall with a 2-0 win over Derby County.
Stephens, who netted Albion's first goal, said, "We might be nine points clear but the job is not over. We have games left to win and we need to do that.
"It was a massive night for us, especially after the disappointment on Saturday. We came into this game confident that we could get something out of it and we did.
"As for the goal, I just tried to get something on it and managed to get it into the bottom corner.
"I've been thinking about it for the last ten weeks but to do it tonight against one of the top teams was something special."
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Stephens underlined the importance of yet another clean sheet, Albion's fourth in the last six games - and praised fellow sub Kazenga LuaLua, as his goal put the result beyond doubt.
"Stocko was brilliant, as were all of the back four. They have done it again tonight and kept a clean sheet. They have done it a few times now and long may it continue.
"Kaz's goal was individual brilliance, we know what he is capable of and hopefully he can do it again before the end of the season."