Middlesbrough beat Norwich 4-0 to move second in the Championship on Tuesday night.
And the 21-year-old took to Twitter to celebrate after the game, although Norwich striker Cameron Jerome had less to cheer on social media
"We have very good players and a very good squad. We are in a very good way but these kind of games cannot confuse us into thinking everything is done," Boro boss Aitor Karanka told reporters after the game.
"I am very happy and very pleased but we want to keep our feet on the ground. We would like to be in this position in May."
"I am very pleased with the result and the performance, especially in the second half. That means we have now beaten the three sides who were relegated, which is good and important for us."
Naturally, Norwich boss Neil Adams was nowhere near as pleased.
And the reactions of either side's players on Twitter after the event matched that of their managers.
Goalscorer Bamford, on loan at Middlesbrough from Chelsea, hailed 'another good three points.' But Norwich striker Jerome lambasted a 'shocking performance' from the Canaries and apologised to his side's loyal fans.