Hartlepool United boss Ronnie Moore urged his players not to think their Great Escape is complete despite rising out of the Sky Bet League 2 drop zone for the first time since October.Scott Harrison's first professional goal secured a 2-1 home win over Cambridge United - Pools' fourth victory on the spin.
Centre-back Harrison fired home a stunning second-half volley after Matt Harrold had cancelled out Brad Walker's opener.
The result leaves Moore's men a point clear of the bottom two, although the boss knows plenty of hard work lies ahead.
He admitted: "It's been fantastic, the joy at the end is good but we've not achieved anything yet.
"We're out of the bottom two and it looked three weeks ago like it wouldn't happen.
"All praise to the lads, they've chased and harried and we have earned the results that have gone for us."