St Helens forward Dom Peyroux says the club need to stay grounded as they sit at the top of the Super League table.
The Saints are first in the Super League ladder at the moment following an impressive start to the season, having won 10 out of 12 games.
And despite the club flying high in the league and being favourites to win the Grand Final, Peyroux admitted that the team are not getting ahead of themselves.
He told saintsrlfc.com: “There’s good vibes around the club and confidence is high, but we know the trip to Salford will be tough.
“It’s important we stay grounded, be humble and get on with it.
“Standards are high here and we have to keep on turning up.”
St Helens thrashed Huddersfield Giants 66-4 at the Totally Wicked Stadium last weekend and Peyroux set up for Jonny Lomax for one of his tries.
The former Gold Coast Titans and New Zealand Warriors star heaped praise on St Helens’ performance.
He added: “We knew that we needed to put a good effort in, complete our sets and get through it.
“If we did that then we knew our attack would flow. It was about concentrating on our basics and that would win us the game.
“I thought Luke Douglas was outstanding and it was good to see Kyle Amor get over the line as well. Everyone put in the effort and we came away with the result.”
St Helens will travel to the AJ Bell Stadium on Thursday to face Salford Red Devils, 7:45pm kick-off.