Defender Danny Batth has revealed that he intends to prevent any of his Wolverhampton Wanderers teammates from getting carried away with the club's strong start to the campaign.
However, club captain Batth has admitted that a record of eight wins and two draws from 12 games will count for nothing unless the West Midlands outfit can continue their impressive form.
The 27-year-old told the Express & Star: "Keep working hard and keep doing the things that are getting you where you are right now. Don't change anything and don't try and do anything too fancy.
"If there are one or two in the dressing room who are getting a bit giddy you keep them tuned in, that is my job and the manager and the rest of the more experienced players.
"All I think about at the moment is the form guide, that is how I look at it. It is a good start but a lot of teams have had good starts in the past and got nowhere near it."
Wolves are next in action on Saturday afternoon when they host promotion rivals Preston North End.