They're the hottest team in the A-League, but the Western Sydney Wanderers are desperately trying to keep a lid on their sudden change in form.
Winless and tied to the bottom of the table after the first three weeks of the season, the reigning Asian Cup champions have now moved into a tie of second spot after extending their winning streak to three with a 3-0 romp of Melbourne City on Saturday.
Defender Scott Jamieson said they were hardly concerned with the poor start to the year, and are equally unmoved by their recent stretch of victories.
"We didn't get the results at the start of the season, but we always believed in what we were doing was important," he said on Monday.
"Three wins in a row is good, but we're only early on in the season so we won't get carried away."