They may be in pole position to qualify for the Amlin Challenge Cup quarter-finals from Pool 2 but Connacht insist they won't be taking anything for granted ahead of this evening's clash with Worcester.
The Irish province have won all three of their opening pool fixtures and currently head the group by three points from Montpellier, having already beaten the French side away from home.
Last weekend's impressive 26-21 victory over Worcester at Sixways has made Connacht clear favourites to progress to the knockout stages ahead of home fixtures against the Warriors and Montpellier and a final day away trip to Olympus Rugby XV Madrid.
But Connacht captain John Muldoon has told his players to forget any thoughts of an easy ride in tonight's return match with a Worcester side he believes will be a tough proposition regardless of last Saturday's result.
"We can't take anything for granted and we just don't know what to expect from them this time round," said Muldoon, who is hoping to lead Connacht to their seventh Challenge Cup quarter-final.
"We produced a great display to win over there last week but we now have to back that up with an even better performance.
"We expect a big crowd and they will be coming to see us win and maintain our 100-per-cent record.
"It is up to us to make sure we deliver that for them. Everyone is looking forward to the game and another win would give us a great chance of going through.
"We have a chance of not only making it through but of also nailing down a home quarter-final.
"We will take it a game at a time but there is a lot for us to aspire to."