MILLWALL'S players will not get carried away after their promising start to the new season, according to winger Martyn Woolford.
The Lions claimed ten points from their first five Championship games, beating Leeds United, Fulham and Blackpool in the opening month of the season.
But Woolford insists the club's first priority this season is to avoid another relegation battle.
He said: "It is still early doors and we're still looking at it one game at a time.
"First and foremost, we need to make sure that we've got enough points on the board to be well away from the relegation zone like where we were last season.
"The earlier we can get them on the board, the sooner we can start looking up to the other end of the table.
"It is too early to be saying we're going to be doing this and that, we just need to concentrate and learn from our mistakes – even when we've won a game.
"We need to make sure we pick the bones out of things and keep learning all the time."
Woolford praised the maturity of midfielder Jack Powell after his impressive league debut in the 2-1 triumph over Blackpool last weekend.
"Jack is a great lad and I'm over the moon that he's come into the team and done so well," Woolford said.
"He has looked great in training for a while and he is very down to earth and works hard.
"He's so laid back that I don't think he's been too nervous about it.
"He's just taken it in his stride and I'm sure he'll be around the squad for a while now.
"On the ball he was brilliant and he kept his composure, just like he did last week against Southampton. Fair play to the manager as well for giving him his chance.
"The manager is trying to implement the same things to the youngsters that he's teaching us.
"He is very keen that everyone knows the system and, if they do get their chance, then they come in and know what they're doing."