The Saints are on the verge of securing Premier League football for a second season as they sit in 12th spot thanks to Saturday’s thrilling 2-1 win against reigning European champions Chelsea at St Mary’s.
And, with a game up next against former boss Nigel Adkins’ new club Reading, who sit at the foot of the table and appear to be doomed to an instant return to the Championship, the Saints have a chance to pull further away from danger.
However Northern Ireland captain Davis insists that nobody is taking their foot off the pedal until the Saints are mathematically certain of avoiding the drop.
He told the Daily Echo: “We are still so close and we won’t get carried away.
“We take a lot of confidence from the results we’ve got recently but we’ve got another massive game again next week to concentrate on.
“To be honest I think we’re safe enough in terms of the personalities in the squad.
“We all know what we have to go and give in each game to go and get a result and that’s the way we are in the Premier League.
“We know what it takes to win games and we have to show that same desire in each and every game we’ve got.”
Former Swansea caretaker boss Alan Curtis believes Carlos Carvalhal deserves great credit for the impact he has had at the club.
West Ham have issued life bans to five pitch invaders who came onto the playing surface in the defeat to Burnley last time out.
Brighton centre-half Shane Duffy says his game has come on leaps and bounds thanks to Chris Hughton and Martin O'Neill.
Bournemouth midfielder Lewis Cook says he is ready to take his chance with England should he be handed his senior debut.
Tottenham will have to make a massive offer to land Wilfried Zaha, according to former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan.
Nigel Clough believes keeping Burton in the Championship this season will surpass the achievements of last term's survival.
Garry Monk has challenged his Birmingham players to maintain the high standards they set when beating Hull in their last league game.
Former manager Mark Warburton claims Rangers need to be patient with Graeme Murty or suffer the 'same old problems'.