SIMON GRAYSON hailed Huddersfield Town's performance after they clinched a 2-0 win in their League I play-off semi-final first leg at MK Dons but warned: "This tie isn't over yet."
Goals by Jordan Rhodes, his 39th of the season, and Jack Hunt gave Town the advantage going into Tuesday's second leg at the Galpharm.
Grayson, whose side are eyeing a Wembley final against Sheffield United or Stevenage, said: "We are delighted that we have won and with the level of performance.
"We have worked extremely hard over the last 10 days on the game plan and we stuck to it. As a team we broke quickly, passed the ball around very well and the lads did what we asked them to do.
"But we are still very wary of the opposition, which we have to be because MK Dons are a good team. We need to be focused physically and mentally because we haven't achieved anything yet."
MK manager Karl Robinson said: "We believe we can still turn it around. It was a weird game, I thought there was nothing in it at all. It was a bit of a stalemate and then Rhodes pops up with a goal.
"The second half was probably more in our favour and they hit us on the break. It's a sucker punch but there's a long way to go."