Richie Barker has ordered his side to avoid becoming complacent ahead of Reds' trip to Colchester United tonight.
Reds have won five of their last six matches in all competitions and while that is excellent, the Gaffer has reminded his squad that there will be no easy games this season.
"Five wins out of six is excellent," Richie said. "But it can also be a bit of a flaw if you don't treat it the right way.
"We need to make sure there is no complacency. It's part of my job to lift players when they are down and bring them back down to earth.
"They are both equally difficult but it's slightly more enjoyable to bring people down."
And tomorrow's game against Colchester, who are yet to win a game this season, will be a tough test for his side says Richie.
He added: "It is (a difficult game). I said to the players that I have seen them play and their league position is slightly false.
"They were unlucky against Brentford and obviously all away games are difficult.
"They like to pass and have a big pitch, we won't be going there to treat them as a team who have had a bad time because they are better than that.
"I think that in this league the bottom team could beat the top team and we will see plenty of shocks, the league table will pan out after a dozen games or so."
After suspensions for the game on Saturday, Richie will have both Josh Simpson and Hope Akpan available for selection.
But after the excellent performance at the weekend, he insists it will be very difficult to change anything.
"I have been trying to promote to everybody that that if you go and do well you'll keep your place," Richie added.
"They are two excellent players but it is difficult to fit them back in. Like I said it's making decisions difficult for me.
"I want them (the players) to make it like that so that people are not wanting to lose their place or are wanting to get back in quickly."
Richie has also been speaking about loan players in and out. For an update you can listen to the full interview on Reds Player by clicking here.