Scarlets head coach Wayne Pivac admitted they still have a long way to go after their win over Glasgow Warriors at Scotstoun.
Scarlets have moved three points clear of Glasgow Warriors in the PRO12 table, and into the top four, having secured victory on Friday.
Tries by winger Tom Williams and man of the match James Davies helped Scarlets to the all-important victory.
The Scarlets, heading to Glasgow without a third of their squad due to international duties, secured the double over the Scottish side for the second season in succession.
Speaking after the game head coach Pivac said: "We certainly came here for the four points and to deny Glasgow the losing bonus point at the end was significant, potentially in the long run.
"We're without about 13 front-liners at the moment. This side that plays without the internationals has got a 100 percent record this season."
He went on to say; "We play three of the top four in this period; it's a big period for us if we want to make the top four.
"There's still a long way to go. We have eight games still to go, anything can happen. It was an important win and if we can back that up next week we'll be very happy."