Billy Davies had nothing but glowing praise for his Nottingham Forest side after their emphatic 3-1 triumph at promotion rivals West Brom, but warned they have won nothing yet.
The Reds stretched their unbeaten run to 18 games with a fully deserved victory at The Hawthorns that sent a stark warning to those competing at the top end of the Coca-Cola Championship.
The result saw Forest leapfrog the Baggies and take their place in the top two for the first time this season - while also maintaining their unbeaten away record.
Davies said: "It's a very important three points and psychologically it's a very important win, but I genuinely still feel it's only three points at this stage of the season. It's no more."
He added: "It was no more than three points but it's the manner of which we came here because this is a big club. To come and show the courage this young team showed and to pass it and play positive. We had to come here and justify our position in the league."
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