West Bromwich Albion midfielder Robert Koren says there were no dressing-room celebrations after Saturday's impressive win over top side Watford.
Instead the team will save any recognition of their achievements until after they have played in-form Sheffield Wednesday at The Hawthorn's tonight.
Albion face an Owls side who have just won successive away matches and who have turned the corner after a indifferent start to their Championship season.
The Baggies, however, should be equal to the task after their 3-0 win over the Hornets and have the best defensive home record in the league so far this season.
Koren (pictured) said: "We prepared really well for the Watford game, we trained hard all week and we got all the information on them from our manager.
"I think we showed we are good enough to cope with the pressure and the long balls and everything. The defence also coped well and we were able to play our game.
"We need to win games and get even more confidence but tonight is a new game altogether. There was no celebrating on Saturday
- it is too early in the season for that.
"We are still six points behind Watford and we have to keep on trying to get as many points as we can."
The Slovenian International, who joined Albion after four seasons with Norwegian side Lillestrom, continued: "That win over Watford was a great performance by everybody. The whole team did very well and we now need to go into the game tonight 100 per cent focused.
"This is still very early in the season and not the time to get too carried away with emotions - we must remain focused on this game. It will be a hard game again and one we need to win."
Koren added: "Sheffield Wednesday didn't start the season very well and they will be trying to get points. We know it is hard to play against these sort of teams but we are on a good run at home and just need to keep going."
Albion lost twice to Wednesday last season and ended up being reduced to nine men the last time the two sides met.
Koren hopes neither stastic will be repeated. He said: "Of course that is a game we remember but this is a new season. We have a lot of new
players. We know what is expected of us at home and we hope we will win this game and then we can celebrate with the fans afterwards."
Among those helping the side prepare for this evening's encounter is Albion's £3 million summer signing Chris Brunt who came to The Hawthorns from Sheffield Wednesday.
Koren said: "We all know he moved from there and will of course give us some information on them.
"But the manager and staff have also done their homework and will give us everything we need to prepare for the game.
"We just need to be focused to play our style of football and be competent defensively."