The Craven Cottage outfit looked to be heading for the drop until back-back wins over Aston Villa and Norwich City rekindled their survival hopes.
|4/5||Fulham are 4/5 with Bet365 not to be relegated this season|
But Magath has urged his players not to congratulate themselves too much after a recent upturn in form.
"At the end of the season almost anything is possible," the German told reporters. "We can see that everybody has a chance (to stay up), so we can go to Tottenham and try to win.
"It's not the time for celebrating, there are a lot of days between when we can celebrate and now.
"Now we go to Tottenham and have a very tough game, we have to try and win that.
"This is a first step, not the end, we have to care about the next games and the next opponent."
Fulham surrendered a one-goal advantage to lose 2-1 against Tottenham in December's reverse fixture.