Portsmouth manager Harry Redknapp is adamant that Premier League survival remains his top priority, despite four wins in a row by his team linking them with a Champions League push.

Redknapp knows excitable fans cannot help being swept away by a flood of inevitable euphoria but he is keeping his top-flight life-belt on - and aiming no higher just yet than the 40-point safety mark.

He said: "What you have got to make sure first and foremost is getting those 40 points to stay in the league and that´s my priority."

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