Blackburn Rovers manager Gary Bowyer is refusing to get carried away over his sides victory over Reading yesterday.
After a dominant first half, Reading crumbled during the second half, leaving Rovers running out with a 3-1 victory with striker Rudy Gestede scoring a brace and Marshall with a free kick for Rovers.
Blackburn are now just two points off the top, and are currently sat in the play off places. Although happy with his teams form, Bowyer says he won’t get carried away.
He told the Lancashire Telegraph: “It’s now about maintaining the momentum and the performances levels and concentrating on that and demanding more from them.
“We are only young so we have to make sure we keep on top of them and don’t get carried away or anything silly like that.
“I’ve seen it too many times when teams are in the top six in November and then fighting for survival in April or May.
“All we can do is keep working away, keep working hard and keep looking to improve again.
“That’s the message that’s been dealt to the players since pre-season and we will continue to do that.”