Swindon boss Paolo Di Canio says his footballing philosophy is working at the County Ground but has warned against complacency as the Robins close in on League Two's play-off places.
The Italian watched his team make it two wins from as many games thanks to compatriot Raffaele De Vita's late winner at Plymouth and he is adamant his choice to instil his own footballing ideals was the right one.
Di Canio told Sky Sports News: "We proved in the last few games we are one of the best teams but obviously we have to keep going, otherwise the job we have done in the last few weeks can burn in an instant. But we are ready to do this because now we believe more in our quality."
He added: "I started with this idea. I will keep going because the signal that I received in the last few games said that I'm right because we have a group of players that can play this kind of football.
"But obviously it is not possible every time because you play in some places, especially in the future in the winter time, that don't give you the opportunity to play this way but we will try to do everything to play this way.
"Sometimes we are lazy in the way we play. If we make a mistake in front of the goal we can help the situation by training and improving, but if you make a mistake for a lazy attitude, it's wrong."