Werder Bremen head coach Florian Kohfeldt has urged his players not to get carried away by their first victory of the Bundesliga season.
A 4-0 home win over Hannover lifted Bremen out of the bottom two in the Bundesliga, but Kohfeldt was determined to remain grounded, with the next game for Die Werderaner a tough-looking trip to RB Leipzig next weekend.
We are still in a tough predicament and we have a lot to do.Florian Kohfeldt
He told the club's official website: "We need to be realistic about the victory. The win was extremely important, but it was also just our first win of the season.
"The table still doesn't make great reading if you are a Werder fan. We are still in a tough predicament and we have a lot to do."
Max Kruse was the hero of the hero for Werder against Hannover, with the Germany international midfielder completing a hat-trick, having previously failed to find the net in the Bundesliga this season.
Werder are now priced at 1000/1 to be relegated this season, with Hamburg available at 1/50 and Freiburg a 100/1 shot.
Meanwhile, Hoffenheim sporting director Alexander Rosen has admitted that striker Sandro Wagner could leave the club as soon as January, with Bayern Munich keen to bring the Germany international back to the club.
The 29-year-old left Bayern just under a decade ago after making four first-team appearances, eventually joining Hoffenheim in the summer of 2016.
His form with Die Kraichgauer earned him a call-up to Die Mannschaft earlier this year and he has scored five times in his first seven appearances for the senior national team.
Rosen confirmed: "Bayern have lodged their interest and the player also wants a move."
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