Sheffield United manager Danny Wilson is expecting even better from his side as the season goes on.
Life is looking pretty good for the Blades after an unbeaten start to their League One campaign has led them to joint-top of the table alongside Ronnie Moore's Tranmere.
However, six of United's victories in the league have been 1-0, which is a far cry from last season, when they finished as top goalscorers in English football.
But Wilson, whose side take a break from league action by heading to Bristol Rovers in the FA Cup this weekend, is content with his side's form.
"It means we have been very consistent," he said. "We are not always going to play the purist football but we have been able to grind results out which is fantastic, but it's not where we are now that matters.
"We have not changed our approach in games, but you have to look at your personnel and we have lost a lot of players over the last 18 months and to replace them is very difficult. Maybe we haven't got the quality we have had in the past but these players are fantastic and they will only get better once they go on."