Jon Walters has said that the Republic of Ireland are "taking nothing for granted" despite extending their Euro 2016 Group D lead over Scotland to four points with a 1-0 win over Georgia.
Walters netted the only goal as Ireland edged out Georgia in a tense encounter in Dublin, but after the game he said that there is still plenty of work to be done.
"We knew it was going to be tough," he told Sky Sports News. "[Georgia] beat Scotland. We knew from the first game they're an organised side, a big side and they've got technical gifted players that can hurt you.
"We've got two massive games next month. Poland we've got to play - who are just above us - and Germany.
"We've done nothing yet, it's about qualifying. The aim is to qualify and we're not taking anything for granted at this point."
Ireland's next qualifier is at home to world champions Germany on October 8.