Aduana Stars coach J.E Sarpong says his team will not relent on its efforts to improve despite winning back-to-back games in the Premier League.
The Fire club are currently in fourth place with six points – just three behind leaders Asante Kotoko after three rounds of matches.
Aduana have gone two wins out of two games after their defeat to Kotoko on the Premier League opening day.
They have since this period secured wins over Inter Allies and Hasaacas to be amongst one of the in-form sides in the opening games of the Ghanaian top flight.
But coach Sarpong will be demanding more from his players in his bid to improve the fortunes of the side in this campaign.
“We won our last game at home and now we have won here again,” he said.
“It is very good for us but we are not getting carried away. There are still over 20 matches to play.
“We will remain focused and keep up with our hardwork.”
Aduana are back to their home grounds in Dormaa on Wednesday where they host Bechem United in the fourth week Premier League fixture.