Mauricio Taricco advises against the temptation of looking too far ahead in the Premiership as the team prepares to face the challenge of Newcastle on Wednesday.
Successive wins have been secured against Everton and Aston Villa and we appear handily placed in the table to make a push for the European places.
Mauricio says that table gazing is of little value and the job in hand is extracting as many points as possible from each game.
"Obviously if we win - that would be three in a row - it would lift us up in the table and would look good," pondered the full-back. "Every game is a different matter though, you could go and win it and then lose the next one.
"You just don't know. First things first, the next game is Newcastle and we're going to try and get the three points. If we do it it will be good.
"Personally, I don't look at other teams and the points they've got. It is about trying to be consistent, winning games and playing with a nice style.
"Hopefully we will dominate games and, by dominating games, you try to win it. That is how I look at it."