Real Sociedad beat fellow La Liga strugglers 4-0 at the Ciutat de Valencia to climb out of the relegation zone.
David Moyes saw Real Sociedad claim a convincing 4-0 win at Levante in what could be his final game in charge of the club.
The Scotsman is one of several names to be linked with the Aston Villa job following the sacking of Tim Sherwood earlier today.
Things got off to a perfect start for the Royals, who were ahead inside eight minutes thanks to Carlos Vela's cool play to round Ruben and tap into the back of the net.
Geronimo Rulli was called into action moments later to keep the visitors' lead intact, and Sociedad had a second soon after when Imanol Agirretxe headed home Xabi Prieto's lofted cross.
There was a chance for David Zurutuza to extend his side's lead a little further after being picked out in a central position, while Simao hit the crossbar up the other end of the field.
Levante looked to add some pressure to their opponents as the second half wore on, with Deyverson in particular coming close to making a breakthrough, but it was Moyes's men who added two more goals late on.
Asier Illarramendi struck first when deflecting home Chory Castro's shot, before Vela rounded off a good team move for number four of the afternoon.
There was still enough time for Deyverson to receive a second booking in added time to pile further misery on Les Grenotes.
The win lifts Sociedad out of the La Liga relegation zone, while fellow strugglers Levante remain in 19th place.