Hull FC boss Lee Radford has urged his side keep improving their attacking game when they host Widnes Vikings on Friday.
The Black and Whites have notched 98 points while conceding just 46 in four games and are fancied to add more to that tally against the lowly Vikings.
Radford admits he’s pleased with how things are progressing, but is refusing to take Denis Betts’ team lightly.
“I don’t read too much into results at this time of the year – you look at the squad they’ve got, it’s a capable squad,” he told the club’s official website.
“The fact that they’re only on one point, they’ll be seeing this as a huge opportunity to come and get their season started.
“For us, it’s about making sure there are improvements on last week with the ball whilst maintaining how well we’ve been at defending.
“It was one of our pre-season focuses having looked at the stats and we weren’t as solid as we thought we were on tryline defence. It’s good to see the work we’ve put in rewarded.”