Queens Park Rangers star Matt Smith hailed his and his team-mates professionalism against bottom club Rotherham United on Saturday and is aiming as high as possible in the Championship.
The Hoops came up a side so far adrift and on the verge of relegation, that no one expected anything but a home win.
Smith put Rangers on their way after just five minutes and the floodgates were expected to open, but Joe Newell stunned Loftus Road with a cracking equaliser.
But it was short-lived, as Luke Freeman burst through 90 seconds later to restore the lead. After that, Rangers never looked back, going on to win 5-1.
"It's never easy coming up against a team who have absolutely nothing to lose, it can be a bit of a wildcard in that respect," said Smith.
"But I thought we handled the day well and put in a five-star performance and scored some good goals.
"Other than the fantastic strike from them I thought we conducted ourselves well at the back, were resilient and tough in both boxes.
"It was important to stay professional. It's never easy against teams with nothing to lose and you don't know what to expect, and I thought we went about things in a convincing manner.
"We have continued that winning mentality which we've showed in the last several games.
"You look at the form table, we're right at the top of it with some big teams who have been riding high all season.
"We're gathering our own patch of momentum now and let's see where that can take us until the end of the season."
QPR have moved away from the relegation zone inside their great run of form, and Smith says no one in the squad is looking that way any more.
Twenty-four points are still up for grabs between now and the start of May.
"I can assure you no one is really looking over their shoulder, we're looking up the table," said Smith.
"It's not a case of us wanting to stay safe, the message in there is to see how high we can get and make a march on that top ten.
"I don't think anyone is remotely looking over their shoulder, and with a squad like ours, should we be.
"We should be looking at the other end of the table."