Munster head coach Rob Penney has stressed the importance of his outfit keeping their feet on the ground after a strong start to the PRO12 season.
The Irish heavyweights recorded a third win from four against Dragons with a five-try victory at Thomond Park that moved them up to second.
Scarlets have the same three wins and one loss record and sit top courtesy of one extra bonus point but Penney is not getting ahead of himself.
"By no means were we perfect and they [the Dragons] breached us a few times," Penney told the official Munster website.
"They made our lads work hard and they presented us with challenges so we certainly weren't perfect.
"Everyone is putting pressure on for a starting spot but it's really about the depth of players we have and it's critical for us to get through the season, guys can't play in every game.
"It is early days and we just have to keep our feet on the ground working on our game again this week."