They might have stuck 42 points on Newbury Blues on Saturday - taking their points tally to 135 in three games - but London Welsh boss Danny Wilson has demanded his side become MORE ruthless.
Welsh's six-try blitz at Old Deer Park gave them a safe passage into the fifth round of the EDF Energy National Trophy with a 42-17 win over Newbury.
But Wilson was disappointed that his troops gifted the Blues a couple of tries.
He said: "We need to be more ruthless and stick to our game plan.
"We went away from that a little bit and tried to force a few off-loads early on, and that set the tone for the rest of the game.
"We played some great rugby and scored some great tries, but by trying to force the game we gifted the opposition two scores.
"Having said that, we scored 42 points, and there were a lot of pluses we can take from the game."
Aled Thomas's cross-field kick put in Paul Sampson for the opening try before Mark Harris extended the lead with a penalty.
But it was a Fijian three-try blitz inside eight minutes towards the end of the half which secured the game for Welsh.
Two of them came from Michael Tagicakibau, with Harris converting both, before Tagicakibau set up fellow-Fijian international Sunia Koto Vuli for another score.
However, it soon turned sour for Vuoli when he was sinbinned, allowing Newbury to pull a try back.
Harris ended the half's scoring with a penalty, then was on target with the conversion for the first score after the break, a Paul Doran Jones try following a superb run by Thomas.
Newbury pulled back another try, but Thomas put the icing on the cake with a superb solo run after breaking the Blues' line for try number six.
A stray Welsh pass gifted the visitors a late try, but the result was beyond doubt by then.
Welsh will have a far tougher test on Sunday when they return to National One action with a visit to unbeaten league leaders Leeds Carnegie.
Wilson added: "Leeds is a tough fixture, but I know it's one the players will be up for because of the occasion.
"If we stick to our game plan and play some of the rugby we're capable of then we can test them, but we all know what we're up against.
"There's a fine line in this league between winning and losing. We had a couple of defeats that were very close, such as losing to Coventry with the last kick of the game, and they knocked our confidence a little bit.
"But we've built that back up and produced three good performances. We've still got a lot of work to do, but we're finding our feet and winning again."