RICKY Khan says Chinnor are not getting carried away by their recent run of results as they prepare to take on Birmingham Moseley this weekend.
The Thame-based side will head to the West Midlands on the back of an unbeaten November.
Chinnor remain sixth in the table, however three wins and two draws, as well as other results going their way, have helped them close to within five points of leaders Richmond.
The Oxfordshire side will be aiming to stretch their unbeaten run to six games on Saturday, but Moseley will not be taken lightly.
“I think it would be dangerous if we got too carried away,” said backs coach Khan.
“We’ve got to focus on what is in front of us and that’s the next game. This weekend it’s Birmingham Moseley and it’s another tough match.
“There were a few surprise results at the weekend, so we’ve just got to stay in the fight and that’s what we’re all about at the minute.”
Chinnor lost four of their opening eight games, but have not tasted defeat since October 26.
Khan has been pleased with the displays, particularly in the back line.
He said: “We’re starting to hit our form a little bit now.
“Some lads are stepping up, obviously there’s players coming back from injury and people are putting pressure on each other.
“They’re just starting to click a little bit more now and the backs scored three tries at the weekend, so that’s really positive moving forward.”
Khan added: “Some of them have come from full-time rugby and there is an adjustment period.
“Obviously we only had the pre-season period to gel the squad together and I guess it has taken a little bit longer than we wanted it to.
“But now we’re starting to see the fruits of that labour.”
Chinnor will be without centre Chris Elder, who is playing for representational side The Ramblin Jesters at the Dubai 7s tournament, while Kieran Goss (hip) and Will Harries (hamstring) are doubts.