Cliftonville travel to Stangmore Park to face Warrenpoint Town on Saturday looking to continue their 100 per cent record.
Boss Tommy Breslin insists the Reds are abiding by the mantra of ‘one game at a time’ as they look to defend their title.
“We are not getting carried away,” he said.
“Last week was a good win against Linfield, but it was only the second game of the season.”
Meanwhile, the Reds have added Northern Ireland Under 21 defender Paddy McNally to their squad.
McNally has agreed a five-month loan deal from Celtic.
The 19-year-old was brought up through Cliftonville’s youth development programme before making the move to Parkhead.
But now he is back at Solitude, McNally is hoping to finally make his senior first team debut for the Reds.
“I would go to the Cliftonville games with my dad, Anto, and his mates,” McNally told Cliftonville’s official website.
“I would play a game on a Saturday morning and the game would kick off about nine so I would get back, get something to eat and then head straight to Solitude.”