Jamie O'Hara says there is no room for complacency with our unbeaten run in all competitions currently at six games.
Fulham are up next on Saturday at Craven Cottage, and the midfielder knows we cannot afford to let our good form slip.
But having been part of a much-changed side that defeated Liverpool in the Carling Cup on Wednesday, Jamie believes the strength of the squad as a whole will be a key factor should the run continue.
Seven changes were made to the side that defeated Manchester City in our previous league game, and the Under-21 international believes that proves all the lads must be at their best at all times to not only get the results, but also keep their place in Harry Redknapp's side.
"The message at the moment is certainly to keep the momentum going and the fact that there is good competition for places only helps us to drive each other on," said Jamie.
"It was a good performance from the lads on Wednesday. The gaffer made a few changes and I think the boys who come in did well, especially Fraizer [Campbell] who was tremendous.
"The team just keeps putting in the performances, which can only be good for everyone at the Club.
"Fulham will be a tough game for us, but if we go there in the right frame of mind and not get complacent, I think we should be confident of coming away with the win.
"You can't take any games for granted in the Premier League because they're all tough and everyone seems to be beating everyone."