Gary Cahill insists everyone is staying grounded at Bolton Wanderers despite their fine campaign to date.
Last weekend's 3-2 win at Wolves lifted Owen Coyle's side into fifth in the league table and into the Europa League places.
It could have been six points from a possible six, but Jermaine Beckford's last-gasp leveller secured a draw for Everton at Goodison Park last midweek.
Cahill has been pushing for England inclusion for some time while Bolton's impressive form has also seen team-mate Kevin Davies win his first cap.
Despite Bolton's superb campaign to date, Cahill says his team-mates are keeping their feet on the ground and staying focused on their task at hand.
"We've had a great week," he told the club's official website. "It could have been even better had we not conceded a late equaliser against Everton.
"But we didn't let that get us down, and showed great togetherness and team spirit to move on.
"We won't get ahead of ourselves and continue the hard work we've been putting in on the training ground."