Safety First - Larsson

Last updated : 08 December 2009 By Brian Cartlidge

The Swedish international midfielder, who scored twice in Blues' 3-2 away win at Wigan on Saturday, also admitted that the squad are brimming with confidence following a run of six consecutive games unbeaten.

"People got excited when the new owners came in, and rightly so, and around about that point we started picking up points and doing well," Larsson has said.

"The feel-good factor is back. Confidence is sky high and everyone is obviously buzzing.

"We have shown for ourselves we're good enough for this league and we're good enough to do well.

"We've not even played half of the season but we've had a great start and now we want to push on to make sure we're safe as soon as possible.

"Once we are safe, then we can worry about other stuff. Right now we want to pick up the points and see how far it will take us.

"If we do well then the table will take care of itself."