The 47-year-old has been under fire following a poor start to the season, in which they lost three of their first four games of La Liga, as well as their opening Europa League encounter with Swansea City.
Two wins in a row has eased the pressure, but the Serbian insists that his team are still not at their best.
"The victory demonstrated the faith we had in our own game," Djukic told reporters. "We are on track to be a united team, with the fans right behind us.
"It's a win that will hopefully end the turbulence and it shows that we can win as a team.
"We weren't quite as fluid as I would like, but little by little we are getting there."
Los Che welcome Rayo Vallecano to the Mestalla on Saturday.