However, Baena believes that another three points on Sunday would boost their chances of survival this season.
"Logically after a win the break becomes more enjoyable, we have trained more comfortably and more cheerfully. The victory has been good to strengthen us in the work we are doing to help us move on," he told reporters at a press conference.
"Winning two games in a row would be do well to strengthen us and to see that the negative dynamic has been broken outright.
"We are going to go game by game, we will not think about the objective of the other team, we will approach the game seriously and try to continue our progress with three points in Almeria."
Baena joined Rayo from Espanyol in the summer.