Harry Redknapp says it's time for us to look up the Premier League rather than down.
Saturday's fine win against Chelsea stretched our recent run to six unbeaten and one defeat in nine in league action and took us into the top 10 for 24 hours - Manchester City and Wigan's respective wins on Sunday moved us back to 11th.
The picture has changed though and we're now just three points off seventh place.
"We're in a situation now where can start looking up," said Harry. "We're playing that well now we shouldn't be looking down. We need to look at how high we can finish.
"That's 18 points from nine games and we're playing as well as anyone in the country at the moment.
"Everyone worked hard against Chelsea and that's what we've been doing.
"We had that tough run, went to Hull and won, beat Middlesbrough, played well at Sunderland and then Villa and now against Chelsea, so we've been in good form.
"At the time when the pressure was on we've come out and played like that. It's top-class form and we have to keep it going."