Max Aarons has called on Norwich City to continue the momentum from their last two matches into their clash with Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday.
The Canaries go into the match on the back of successive victories over Rotherham last Saturday and Birmingham on Tuesday.
Confidence is aplenty within Daniel Farke's dressing room as a result and right-back Aarons says it's important for City to continue the feel-good factor.
"The squad has lots of quality. In every game we should expect to get three points and to do that recently has been very important," he said to canaries.co.uk.
"But we’re not bothered if we win 5-0 or 1-0 at the moment, we just want the wins. It’s takes the pressure off and gives us momentum to take forward.
"We have lots of new players in the dressing room and it takes time for everyone to get used to playing with each other. But when you’re gelling and getting wins on top, it’s always good.
"Players will become more comfortable the more we play together."
Aarons believes the recent closure of the transfer window has allowed the team to focus what's happening on the pitch.
"No matter what club you're at, there's always speculation around players during the transfer window.
"We handled it all as best we could. The window is shut now so everyone is focused and pulling together. If you’re not pulling in the same direction, you won’t play.
"But everyone is together and we’re all settled now."