Hull City defender Paul McShane feels that Phil Brown's side are benefiting from a dressing room without any 'superstars'.
The Tigers have enjoyed a remarkable start to their first season in England's top flight and currently lie third in the table.
Brown's charges are currently preparing for Saturday's clash against West Bromwich Albion, and McShane has warned that his team-mates' confidence is sky-high at present.
McShane, who is on loan from Sunderland at the KC Stadium, told Sky Sports News: "When you are winning games it is always an enjoyable time. We've done really well and hopefully we can win on Saturday.
"It has gone brilliantly. We have surprised a lot of people. The confidence is high and it is a really good place to be.
"No one is getting carried away. The lads are down to earth. There is a great buzz. No one is a superstar. We are just a bunch of lads who work hard for each other."
Of the clash against fellow newly-promoted side West Brom, McShane added: "We want to go there and win. But West Brom are a good side, so it will be a very tough game."