Inigo Calderon has urged Albion not to get carried away after an impressive away win.
But the right-back reckons the Seagulls have shown they can beat anybody when they play well.
Albion are buoyant after their 2-0 success at Leeds as they prepare to face winless Bolton at the Amex on Saturday.
Calderon insists the delight at Elland Road and misery in defeat at Birmingham last Saturday should not be taken to heart.
He said: “We weren’t happy against Birmingham.
“But we weren’t too bad before Tuesday and we are not the best team in the world now.
“We need to keep our feet on the floor.
“But I think it is really good to realise that, if we do the things we need to do, we have a massive chance to win every single game.”
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