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Pittman not getting carried away by Blues' start
WANDERERS striker Jon-Paul Pittman believes it's still too early in the season for the league table to mean much.
With a quarter of the season gone Blues are in the play off places and are just three points off the top spot in a tightly packed table.
But Pittman said he's not getting carried away despite being pleased at the start Wanderers have made to the season.
He said after Saturday's win at Bristol Rovers took them up to seventh: "It's early days to be thinking about it. You can look at it in the 90th minute in the last game of the season. Until then you haven't done anything - the job's not done this early on in the season. It's just about keeping the momentum and we've been doing that.
"It's nice that you're within touching distance of the top teams, the ones who are doing best in the league. It's a compliment to yourself but it's still a bit too early to be thinking that far down the line.
"We have to keep the momentum, stay as a group and grind out results when we need to, like today."
Despite a promising start to the campaign the bookmakers are unconvinced Wanderers can sustain their challenge, with William Hill offering odds of 100/1 Blues will lift the title.
Leaders Chesterfield are still 9/4 favourites despite taking just one point from their last four matches.
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