Sheffield United winger Ryan Flynn said there is more to come from Danny Wilson's side after the first 12 games of the season.
The Blades were denied a place in the top two by an Oldham equaliser seven minutes into time added on at Bramall Lane on Saturday, but remain unbeaten in League One and are a point behind second-placed Stevenage.
"I think we're playing quite well," said the 24-year-old Scot. "We could have got a few more points on the board, we had a few draws earlier on in the season where we should really have got three points.
"But after those two recent away wins, we are where we should be in the table. We've got to progress from here, it's a good start, but that's all it is.
"There's more to come. We've been playing well, but not getting three points, so hopefully soon it will click and we'll start making it more comfortable for ourselves on the pitch.
"It's going to be another hard season. Things change all the way through the season, but (a top-two finish) is the aim and that's what we're working towards and hoping for."