The defender celebrated our early place on top of the Premiership pile with a recall into the Yugoslavian squad for this weekend's friendly against Czech Republic in Prague.
"It's been a really good start," said Goran, back after missing most of last season through injury.
"We've played four games, 10 points and we still have players missing, so there is potential to go further.
"We've bought Robbie Keane now, a very good player, the squad is getting bigger and that is good for everyone. We are top and we intend to stay up there as long as we can. We shall see."
Goran has stepped out of his sweeping slot to start both of our away fixtures in a new, deep-lying midfield role in a 4-4-2 system.
"It's a new position for me," he added. "I've never played in midfield but I will always give my best for the team.
"Some things are different to me, covering space, blocking players in front. It's tough but I want to play.
"I've been involved in all four games and that has been good for my fitness. I still think I can show more and give more to the squad."
Goran Bunjevcevic believes there's plenty more to come on both a personal front and for the team.