Millwall striker Steve Morison insists that no one is getting carried away by their brilliant start to life in the Championship.
The Lions sit proudly at the top of the table after following up their surprise opening day victory at Bristol City with a stunning 4-0 drubbing of Hull City.
However, Wales international Morison, who scored twice against Hull, admits that this season will still represent a huge challenge for Millwall.
"There are a few lads that have played in the Championship and everyone has got their own opinion about what it will be like, but we all know how tough it is going to be," Morison told skysports.com.
"We are under no illusions about how big the step up is and we are looking forward to the challenge.
"It will be a learning curve for most of us, but one which we are all looking forward to.
"Obviously, we are delighted with how everything has gone so far, but each game represents a completely different challenge and it is up to us to rise to that and try to keep the run going as long as possible."
Lions fans could be forgiven for dreaming of mounting a push for promotion this season after their impressive start, but Morison is just taking it one game at a time.
He added: "We just want to win as many games as we can and if we end up winning more than we lose then we will be in a very strong position.
"We have got our own targets for the season, but each game will be different and the only one we can worry about at the moment is the trip to Leeds on Saturday."