Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Nuno Espirito Santo has suggested that he has no fears of complacency in his first-team squad.
The West Midlands outfit currently sit top of the Championship standings after registering 11 wins from 15 games, while many have heaped praise on Nuno's team due to their style of football.
However, the Portuguese has revealed that he has been left impressed with the desire of his players in training, while acknowledging that his team are yet to achieve anything this season.
The 43-year-old is quoted by the Express & Star as saying: "The challenge is to keep going and realise we didn't achieve anything and the table in November doesn't mean anything at all.
"So keep the focus and continue playing good football in front of Molineux, our crowd, I think they enjoyed the game on Friday. We have to keep pushing and work hard. I think the players are enjoying playing with each other and the way they play and work together and trust each other.
"This is the strong thing about this squad – they enjoy being together in every moment of the day, working, preparing then going into competition."
Wolves extended their recent record to five wins from six games with a 2-0 victory over Fulham on Friday night.