Newcastle United striker Salomon Rondon has challenged his side to continue the good work they showed in a 3-0 victory over Cardiff City on Saturday.
The Magpies had gone four league games without a win before overwhelming the Bluebirds, with the result seeing Newcastle move out of the relegation places at the expense of their visitors.
And Rondon was pleased to play his part, despite not being able to find the net himself.
He told his club's official website: "We have to keep going, keep winning and carry on. Every game in the Premier League is tough, and we know in the next couple of games we will play against great teams with great players.
"But we have to think about us and our confidence. We have to play like we played today. Thinking about our team and our strengths – that's the most important thing."
Meanwhile, Magpies boss Rafa Benitez was more than happy with the performance of his players in their most comprehensive win of the season to date.
He added: "We were talking about how important this game could be, but we will have a lot of games against teams that are close to us and these are the key games when you can play well and you can win, or even without playing well, you can get something.
"Today we did it, we played well, we had a lot of energy and commitment from everyone and it was crucial."
Newcastle are now priced at 1/6 not to be relegated this season, with the Magpies 4/1 to drop down to the Championship.
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