Bath forwards coach Toby Booth insisted his side have still got a long way to go despite seeing them snatch a dramatic 24-23 win over Worcester on the opening day of the Aviva Premiership season.
Booth is part of a brand new coaching set up at Bath that is headed up by former Springbok assistant Gary Gold and in their first competitive fixture they had Olly Barkley to thank for producing a victory.
The fly-half slotted all eight of his penalties, including one with the last kick of the game, as the visitors came from behind to seal the win at Sixways.
The Warriors led 15-6 at the break but in a topsy-turvy second period Barkley punished the home side's indiscipline time after time.
And Booth admitted that there were many improvements still to be made before his side become the finished article.
"It wasn't the prettiest in any shape or form but we adjusted and bounced back from where we were at half-time," he said.