Blackburn winger Craig Conway is keeping his feet on the ground despite seeing the side move out of the Championship relegation zone following back-to-back victories.
Rovers are out of the bottom three for the first time since mid-December following wins against Derby and Wigan while they are also unbeaten in the three matches since Tony Mowbray took over as manager.
The Blue and Whites will be looking to continue their upturn in form when they host Cardiff on Tuesday night, their third home match in a week.
Scotland international Conway believes his side are capable of maintaining their winning run against the Bluebirds, but insists they are still a long way off securing survival.
“We have done well over the last week or so and got ourselves out of where we have been for a long time,” he said.
“I think it’s fair to say that’s not the job done, we have to keep winning and get ourselves out of there for good.
“We’re definitely good enough to do that, we will take each game as it comes and hopefully keep picking up points.”
The 31-year-old believes the club’s recent run of home fixtures has been beneficial to their survival hopes as they aim to secure a fourth successive league victory at Ewood Park for the first time in a year.
He added: “We have had these three home games in a row, this will be the third in just over a week, and the plan is to go out there and get three points which we’re more than capable of doing.”
Blackburn are 2.75 to secure all three points while Cardiff are available at the same price and the draw is on offer at 3.20.