Dele Ajiboye insists Plateau United's players are not getting carried away by their impressive display in the ongoing season.
The Peace Boys have already opened up a five-point gap over second-placed MFM FC in the Nigeria Professional Football League table.
Ajiboye says they are staying grounded in their quest to win the title for the first time in the club's history.
"The season has been great for us so far and we can only hope to consolidate on our performance so far. We know what we can do but we won't get carried away," Ajiboye told Goal.
"It's still very early but we know how much potential we have in the team. The team want to win the league title and make history with a maiden NPFL shield.
"It's like half job done ahead of the difficult battles we hope to face in the next eight games. It's not something that we think about, the team just want to play with free mind and perform on the battle ground.
"We just enjoy playing and it shows on the pitch. We fight for each other and we are always there for one another. That's why we've been so successful."
Plateau United return to league action on Sunday afternoon when they face El Kanemi Warriors in Maiduguri.