Renault needs to make its newer staff "addicts to success" following its Formula 1 Eifel Grand Prix podium, team boss Cyril Abiteboul says.
Daniel Ricciardo's third place at the Nurburgring was the first top three result for the Enstone outfit since Romain Grosjean finished third under the Lotus name in the 2015 Belgian GP.
The team returned to full works Renault identity the following year, and in five seasons it had not bettered fourth until last weekend.
"It's clearly a very emotional moment, it's a great feeling," said Abiteboul.
"That podium may not be the end of everything, and the ultimate target of our journey in F1.
"In particular the results that manufacturers want, we want more than that, but there always needs to be a first.
"And that first podium here, that moment with Daniel, at a place like this one, is a great moment.
"We need to take also the positive emotion.
"The amount of work that goes into a programme like this one, and I'm not just talking about me, I'm talking about the 1000 more team members that compose this team.
"They need a bit of emotion, they need some energy.
"Keep in mind that we grew massively.
"Most of the people who have joined the team are young people, who have never experienced the emotion of winning, or even being on the podium.
"So we need to take that and we need to make them addicts to success for them to develop more, to build more success.
"And, yes, right now, we need a bit of circumstance to be on that podium.
"But the focus will be from Monday onwards first to understand the problems that we've had.
"And it's not just on our car, we also need to understand perfectly what's been going on [Lando] Norris's car, I don't know if it's engine related or chassis related.
"But given the situation with McLaren at the end of our contract, the very tight championship position, we need to be beyond any reasonable doubt in relation to that.
"The team in Enstone equally needs to be on the hydraulic problems that we had on Esteban's car, because that reliability is what's going to determine the championship order on the evening of Abu Dhabi."
Abiteboul conceded the team had been fortunate at the Nurburgring in that a call to pit Ricciardo under a virtual safety car period only just worked out after it ended earlier than anticipated.
"I think it's okay, ultimately we got away with it," he added.
"You could question indeed the move under the virtual safety car, the question was whether it would be long enough to take an advantage to stop on that VSC, and literally I think maybe we missed by one second.
"Maybe there is one second that is questionable, where we could have been able to abort calling Daniel in.
"But ultimately we managed not to lose out too much."