Form team Hull KR are hoping to make it third time lucky when they take on Catalan Dragons at Craven Park on Friday night.
The Robins have already lost twice to the French side this year but only leaders Wigan have a better run than Craig Sandercock's men, who are aiming for a fifth consecutive Stobart Super League win to climb into the top five.
Sandercock insists he is not looking at the table and believes there is even more to come from his side.
"When we were losing games I wasn't really looking at the table and, now we seem to be winning a couple, I'm not looking at the table either because we just need to be concentrating on producing the goods on Friday night," he said.
"We're not happy with our overall performances. There are parts of our game we need to keep working hard on if we are to be serious about being among the so-called top sides."
Rovers went into the mid-season break having lost just one of their last seven league matches and Sandercock admits he would have preferred to play on.
"We had built some good momentum and were playing some half-decent footie," he said.
"Saying that, we had a couple of bumps and bruises and it was good for those boys to get some rest and recovery. We'll see on Friday night if it was a good thing or not."
Hull KR are without leading tryscorer David Hodgson, who must wait a little longer to make the 300th appearance of his career, and still have a doubt over stand-off Blake Green, who has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury.
However, with Green's half-back partner Michael Dobson in the form of his life and utility back Craig Hall proving a revelation in his roving role, Sandercock has been delighted with his team's ability to cope without last year's player of the year.
"It's very pleasing," he said. "We struggled early in the year without him so for us to play pretty well against two decent sides without him says we have got some systems and structures in place where the boys can produce even without a Blake Green in the side.
"Craig is doing well but it's hard to pinpoint one individual. All 17 boys are contributing."
Rovers take on a Catalan side who are aiming to avoid a third consecutive defeat but are still lying in third place in the table.
"Catalan are a class side," Sandercock said. "You only have to look at the number of players they had in the Exiles squad and they've an English international at five-eighth.
"They're obviously a much better team than us because we didn't have any in either side."