St Mirren assistant manager Diarmuid O’Carroll has been talking to the media before his side's Scottish Premiership clash against Hibs on Wednesday.
Here are the key points from his press conference:
Spoke about wanting to maintain their "little buffer" to fourth place - they currently sit two points ahead of Kilmarnock with two games in hand.
Says that at no point will Stephen Robinson allow the players to get carried away despite their impressive start to the season. "It’s about staying level-headed and nice and calm."
Believes that there is more to come, and wants to harness the current feel-good factor at the club: "The lads know there’s more there; we’re just encouraging them. From top to bottom, the club is in a good place - hopefully we can keep fostering that with the fans and keep it going.”
After seeing plenty of goals in the two games against Hibs so far this season, O'Carroll says he would take a "dirty 1-0 win off the back of someone’s head".
Team news: Jonah Ayunga is fit and will be in the squad, while Keanu Baccus is also in contention to play.