The Argentine ace slotted 14 points in his side's 19-11 victory over Leicester last weekend, a result which helped to propel Rob Baxter's side into fifth place in the Aviva Premiership and just a point off the top four.
Now the talented 24-year-old back wants a similar outcome when the Chiefs travel to London Wasps for a second time this season. Saturday's contest comes just weeks after Exeter claimed a 30-16 win at Adams Park in the LV= Cup.
Mieres, though, knows this latest match-up between the two clubs will be a much stiffer examination for him and his team-mates. He said: "Before the Leicester game we talked about how these next four games were crucial for us. Obviously it was good that we started off on the right foot against Leicester at the weekend, but these next three matches are big games and very tough ones at that.
"Right now we are really happy with the Leicester result, but we have to make sure we follow it up over these next few weeks. As I said, it won't be easy because we are up against some tough opposition, but we have to look to attack this block of games and see where we are at the end of it all."
Certainly the Chiefs will travel with confidence following their victory over the Tigers, a result which ensured the club of a first-ever league double against the nine-time Premiership champions.
"I was talking with the guys and we said you don't beat Leicester twice a year that many times, so it's something to be very happy about," added Mieres, who is now into his second season with the Chiefs.