Leicester Tigers openside Julian Salvi does not want his team to grow complacent after building leads in matches.
The champions got off to the perfect start with a 32-15 victory over Worcester at Welford Road last Sunday.
Worcester however showed more endeavour in the second half and ran in two tries, putting Leicester under considerable pressure before Vereniki Goneva grabbed the bonus-point try late on.
Ahead of facing Bath this weekend, Salvi doesn't want Leicester to show the same drop-off in intensity as witnessed last weekend, as the club look to get off to a strong start to the season before losing their international players in November.
"We are happy to get the five points but there is plenty to work on and the key is when we get into a good lead we don't let our foot off the pedal," said Salvi.
"As part of our review process we had a chat and we saw that after scoring the third try in the second half there was a situation where we let them back into the game.
"Give credit to Worcester though as they held their own and they put us on the back foot but when we needed to we put them back under pressure at the end.
"We don't want to be leaking soft points and we did that and let ourselves down and didn't play to the standards we set ourselves but at the end of the day it was five points.
"Given the situation with a new coach and new environment and culture [Worcester] are developing it is a good win and our first-half performance built the foundation for winning in the end.
"We want to lock it up in the second half and run away with games instead of letting teams back in."