Last Updated: Sun, 14 Apr 2013 16:36
Jos Hooiveld insists Southampton still have work to do to guarantee their Barclays Premier League survival despite their recent form.
Saturday's 1-1 draw with West Ham leaves the Saints in a safe mid-table position, with seven points separating them and the drop zone.
The south coast club look set to ply their football in the top flight again next season, although defender Hooiveld is adamant that he and his team-mates will not be resting on their laurels.
"We are not going to relax," he said. "We just came up and we want to get the most amount of points possible. I think 53 is the most possible so if we get that, then we can relax.
"Things are looking good. There is still five games left and we want to end this season in style.
"It is nice to play those games and against West Ham it was exactly what we expected - a lot of fights, a lot of scraps. It was high tempo and it was a typical West Ham game. I kind of like the physical battle.
"I think we did very well, played our game, although the pitch and the weather did not really help.
"We played quite well at some points and I think we got the respect because in the end they were happy with the point."
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