Queens Park Rangers striker Matt Smith was happy the club finally made sure of their place in the Championship for next season, following the 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest.
The Hoops opened the scoring early in the second period through Conor Washington, before Joel Lynch doubled the lead 11 minutes later with a header at the back post.
"I'm glad we got it done, especially with the manner of the win, it was really pleasing," Smith told Get West London.
"There may have been some nervy moments early on but certainly in the second half we were too much for Forest.
"We were able to impose our games and were worthy winners on the day."
Just before Washington scored, Smith had a glorious opportunity to put Ian Holloway's men ahead with a free header, only to put it just wide.
"I felt I should have put us ahead with that header, I was trying to be way too precise with it and stick it right in the corner," said Smith.
"I was able to bounce off my marker and I was surprised I had so much space, I should have just headed it on target, so I was disappointed with that.
"But it was a really composed finish by Conor to get us the first goal and that set us up for the rest of the day."
And Smith wasn't surprised Lynch got another goal with his head on the back of the side's set-piece capabilities. It was the defender's second goal in as many games following the one at Brentford the previous weekend.
"Joel's a big physical presence. Every time there's a set-piece I always feel we have a good chance of scoring," said Smith.
"As a club we have been so dominant from set-pieces. Joel has a got a few, I've got a few - there's plenty of goals from set-pieces.
"In a division like the Championship where it's so key that you're dominant defensively and attacking-wise, it's an area we're really, really strong."