Keane worried about safety
Sunderland boss Roy Keane is still concerned that his team are not secure from relegation this year. Sunderland look to have survived the drop; but Keane is remaining cautious.
"We're not safe. It's very straight forward," he told BBC Radio Newcastle.
"If we were to lose our games and everyone else down there won their games then we'd be in big trouble.
"I don't think I've ever relaxed in football and you're always pushing yourself. We'll be training intensively and looking forward to the games.
"The time to judge is at the end of the season. I've never once been worried about their heads dropping and they've kept on going.
"At a club like ours every game is important. There's always something at stake in every game and players are very much playing for their futures.
"There will be a lot of decisions made in the summer and we'll reflect where we need to strengthen."