Leeds United boss Gary McAllister still believes there is plenty of room for improvement despite their 2-1 opening-day success over Scunthorpe United.
Enoch Showunmiscored on his debut and Jermaine Beckford was also on the mark at Glanford Park, but McAllister refused to go overboard in his analysis of the performance.
"When you open up a campaign you look for your first clean sheet, your first point and your first win," he told the club's official website.
"We got our first win. There was no clean sheet, but we scored two good goals, played some good football in the second half, and created some good chances.
"The first half was a reminder that we won't get things all our own way.
"They created chances, they gave us problems and we found it difficult to get a foothold.
"We can't just turn up and play football. You have to grind out the right to play, and by 60 minutes we started to get our passing going.
"We played some good football and by the final whistle we deserved the victory."