KYLE Bartley insists no-one inside the Albion camp is getting carried away by the club's strong start to the season.
The Baggies sit second in the Sky Bet Championship at the October international break having claimed 24 points from their opening 12 matches.
Darren Moore's side have also bagged 31 goals in the process, more than any other team across England's top four divisions.
But defender Bartley, who notched his first for the club in Saturday's 4-1 victory over Reading, readily acknowledges there's still a lot of football to be played this term, with only just over a quarter of the campaign gone.
He said: "We're an attacking team, that's how the boss has set us out to play
"And obviously it's working at the moment.
"But there's a long way to go, it's a long season and nobody's getting carried away. We'll take it game by game.
"We've got a nice break now when we can get some work done on the training field and go into the Wigan game trying to get three more points."
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