Harry Redknapp didn't bask in the glory of another win and moving up to joint-second in the Premier League on Wednesday night.
Instead, the manager admitted that our next fixture against Wolves at the Lane on Saturday was all he'd think about on the way home after the 2-0 win against Everton.
Goals from Aaron Lennon and Benoit Assou-Ekotto secured that win against the Toffees and took us level on points with Manchester United.
"I don't look any further than Wolves on Saturday, honestly," said Harry.
"That's all I'll be thinking about now, how we're going to play against Wolves.
"They will come here, they'll be tough, difficult to beat. Mick always gets the best out of his teams and we've got another really hard game on Saturday.
"We've just got to take each one as it comes. It's an old cliche, but we can't look further than the next game.
"That's where we're at and Wolves will be tough on Saturday."