Ian Holloway does not believe Queens Park Rangers are safe from the threat of relegation yet.
The Hoops were well beaten by the Robins at Ashton Gate, with first half goals from Marlon Pack and Jamie Paterson doing the damage.
Idrissa Sylla scored a late consolation, but manager Holloway admitted his team did not even deserve that.
And he thinks the threat of relegation still hangs over his side, even though they are seven points clear of the drop zone with four games to play.
He said: "We're all fighting for scraps here. If you watched Brighton and us the other day you wouldn't know what was the top team to be honest with you and I was expecting that from us again.
"If we'd have had 53 [points], I would say it's goodnight Irene.
"It isn't over yet, no way is it over, we need another win, we have done for the last four games, we had 50 points four games ago!
"We've been trying to get that win as soon as possible for the last four games!"