He urged caution after the game which had the Kop in raptures... as he insisted a single brilliant performance means nothing to their season.
"You can set markers and have one off games but it means nothing if you don't continue to play well and get something from it at the end of the season," he explained.
"We aren't going to look back at the end of the season and think 'how good were we against Arsenal?' if we never got the top four. We can enjoy this but we have got to move on quickly.
"We performed fantastic against Everton and then slipped up against West Brom, having taken the lead. We should have seen that game out.
"That is the dangerous thing after a performance like that. Can we motivate ourselves to get close to producing something similar against Fulham?
"If we do, we will do the same to them. So that is the challenge now - we have to get those three points against Fulham."