Brighton striker Glenn Murray warned his table-topping must not become complacent following the 2-0 home win over Yeovil.
The Seagulls consolidated their place at the League One summit with a goal in each half from Murray and Inigo Calderon, stretching their unbeaten League run to 10 games.
Yet Murray warned: "We are a long way from achieving anything yet. We may be six points clear but there is a long way to go yet."
Murray was quick to acknowledge that a big improvement at the back has been central to Brighton's success, but added: "We've also kept the ball a lot better.
"This was a great win for us but we had to be patient. It was up to us to break them down.
"Once we took the lead their game plan had gone and it changed the match."
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