West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has warned his side not to get carried away despite continuing their recent run of goof form by beating Swansea 4-1.
It was their third straight league success and, after a difficult start to the campaign, the Hammers are now up to 11th.
But boss Slaven Bilic is refusing to get carried away, saying: “There are a few corners to go in the Premier League, there are 38 corners.
“It is very different to a few weeks ago, when we were talking about that schedule of Spurs, Man United, Arsenal and Liverpool.
“We were talking about those two crucial home games with Burnley and Hull. That gave us six points, which with the Liverpool game made seven.
“That gave us the confidence. Now it is obvious.
“But it would be suicidal to think we are safe now and look only who is above us.
“It is still very tight, but we have to use this to gain confidence and continue to improve. Only then we will have a chance to finish good.”