The Vikings have been the surprise package of 2016, and currently sit at the top of the Super League despite tips for them to be fighting at the other end of the table.
For the Vikings head coach, he says the confidence that the club has now going into their local derby game against the Warrington Wolves on Friday, who he says could provide their biggest test yet.
“It’s a strong, forimdable side and that’s the challenge for us and that’s what excites this group,” Betts told BBC Radio Merseyside.
“We’ve got people to go after, we’ve got markers to set and we know that our confidence is high at the moment and we fear nobody.
“We;re getting a little bit more interest from external media and everyone is coming in here and wants to know what the secret it – there is no secret.”
“We’ve recruited well, we’ve developed people we’ve got here, we’ve worked hard not just in the performance but the administration side of things, have taken small steps.
“We’ve had a great start this year but is not just about now, it’s about what’s going to happen next week, in a month, as we don’t want to be sat here at the end of the year thinking ‘if only'”.