Mark Hughes: "Stoke City have achieved nothing yet"

Stoke City's Welsh manager Mark Hughes attends the English Premier League football match between Stoke City and Newcastle United at the Britannia Stadium in Stoke on Trent on April 12, 2014
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Stoke City manager Mark Hughes says that he won't allow his players to relax until the season is over.

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has said that he won't allow his players to relax until the season is over.

The Potters are currently 10th in the Premier League table and are mathematically safe from relegation with 43 points, but Hughes says that they still have plenty to play for.

"We haven't allowed the season to drift to its conclusion, and we aren't going to allow that to happen," he told reporters.

"We are chasing targets that we have set ourselves, and if we can reach them then it will have been a very good season for us. Achieving one or two things that the club haven't done before would be fantastic.

"We won't sit here and pat ourselves on the back because we have had a good run of results because we have achieved nothing yet."

Stoke have won four of their last five league matches.

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