Rafael Benitez suggests there is 'no chance' anyone at Newcastle will be feeling they are safe in the Premier League after a 2-0 win over Burnley.
It was a second home success in four days for the Magpies after they beat ten-man Huddersfield on Saturday and the win hoisted Newcastle up to 13th in the table, seven points clear of Southampton in the third relegation spot.
Fabian Schar opened the scoring in stunning fashion midway through the first half, crashing a 30-yard shot in off the upright.
The impressive Sean Longstaff doubled the Magpies lead before the break, and they were fairly comfortable in seeing out their fourth win six games.
Burnley's unbeaten eight-game Premier League run came to an end and Newcastle leapfrogged their visitors in the table but Benitez says this isn't the time to be getting falsely secure.
"Winning games you have more confidence but we have to take one game at a time. We are where we are now because we focused on that and we have to keep doing the same," said the Spaniard.
"We cannot think the job is done, no chance. We have confidence and we have to keep going. We can lose games but we have to approach every game with the same mentality and the players know it is like that."
With his side now 33/1 to be relegated, Benitez is confident that Newcastle can finish the season in strong fashion and secure their top flight status for another term.
"I know my staff and since a long time ago we have finished stronger at the end of the season. Sometimes you can lose games but we finish stronger," he added.
"Last year we were safe with five games to play. It's something I was expecting and hopefully we can carry on winning games."
Newcastle are 3/1 to win away at West Ham on Saturday evening. The Hammers are 1/1 for the London Stadium clash, with the draw available at 11/5.
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