Celtic striker Georgios Samaras insists the SPL leaders want to maintain their fantastic run of domestic form.
The Parkhead club extended their winning sequence to 16 games on Wednesday following a 4-0 win at Hearts in league action.
The impressive run has seen Celtic move four points clear of arch-rivals Rangers at the top of the SPL table.
Complacency could become an issue for the leaders, but Samaras is determined to ensure his team-mates maintain their form.
"It's all about us," he told Celtic View. "We're here because we had a good run and we want to keep it going.
"We've won games and turned a lot of things round this season and we don't want to take our foot off the gas.
"From the start of November until now we have had some great games and performances and some bad games, which we still managed to win.
"We now have some difficult games but we believe we have the quality to go on and win the next game."
Celtic have a League Cup final against Kilmarnock next month while they also do battle with Dundee United in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup.
The games are coming thick and fast, but Samaras would not have it any other way, adding: "I prefer to have a game every two or three days - like Saturday, Wednesday, Sunday - because for me, I feel I have a better rhythm.
"The weeks are shorter and you have more games and you don't realise how fast the time is going and you're focused all the time.
"And your mind is always working to be ready for the next game. I prefer that to having six or seven days to prepare to the next game.
"From November until now, our games have been every two or three days, it also shows how fit we are that we have managed to handle this schedule."