Adi Hutter says Eintracht Frankfurt cannot get carried away after beating Fortuna Dusseldorf 7-1 on Friday. Die Adler returned from the international break in fine style, providing their supporters at the Commerzbank-Arena with plenty to cheer, most notably youngster Luka Jovic, who grabbed himself five goals.
Hutter has done well since replacing Niko Kovac in the summer and seems to have further developed a side that have surpassed expectations in recent years.
The boss admitted there was plenty to cheer on Friday but has told his players that now is not the time for complacency, with Apollon Limassol to come on Thursday in the Europa League.
“It was a lot of fun, even though we had difficult times,” he told the club’s website. “But right now we are showing that we are on the right track. We are working very hard to improve and passionately play football. Today it was an extraordinary victory, which is fine even at altitude.
“I heard our boys in the interview how modest they stay. That is exactly how we have to go on.”