Mark Warburton has urged caution amongst his Brentford troops, despite tonight's derby win over Fulham putting them a point off the top of the Championship.
The Bees fell behind to a Hugo Rodallega strike at Griffin Park, but hit back through Harlee Dean before super sub Jota struck a dramatic injury time winner.
But Bees boss Warburton's focus is already on next weekend's home game against Wolves, a fixture his side lost 3-0 last season in League One.
He said: “It's tremendous for all of us and a great feeling, and Griffin Park is a great place to be tonight, but we're taking it one game at a time and now focusing on Wolves. We can't forget what they done to us last season.
“We've talked about key decisions which haven't gone pour way in other games, and we should have even more points. But we also saw at Middlesbrough what happens if you take your feet off the gas.
“The squad is learning, and nights like this will be good for their education. There's still more to come from them, but it's all about self belief, and their job now is to keep up that level of performance. They have showed their quality, but they are really good learners too.
“We were brilliant in the first half and buoyant at half time, but from 55 to 75 minutes we were deeper and scrappy in possession. You can tell how we are doing by the crowd, and they were quiet at that point, and it was our job to get the place rocking again.”