Jamal Lewis believes Norwich City are now showing what they can do as they picked up their third victory in succession.
A second-half goal from Teemu Pukki saw City beat QPR 1-0 at Loftus Road on Saturday evening, making it nine points from a possible nine after previous wins over Middlesbrough and Reading.
And the young left-back believes City are starting to click into gear.
"When we saw these fixtures, we thought these were three games that we definitely could win," he said.
"We just wanted to show the fans and show ourselves that we can win these games, knuckle down and move up the table.
"We're really happy with the week in general and we need to just keep kicking on.
"We always have lots of possession but I feel like in the last few games the possession has been coming with a bit more purpose.
"We had some good chances to win the game two or three-nil, especially late in the game.
"Our defending has been great over the last few games and overall, it was a great team performance and we're now showing people what we can do."
City have tightened up defensively over recent matches and have managed to keep two clean sheets in their last three matches.
"No one wants to concede goals because obviously it makes games harder to win," Lewis continued. "We just wanted to build from the defence.
"If you don't concede goals you always give yourselves a chance of winning and that's what we've been doing."