New Worthing Thunder head coach Dave Titmuss has refused to get carried away with his team’s promising start to the BBL campaign.
The south coast outfit, in their second campaign in the league, thrashed Plymouth by 20 points in their opener last weekend and will look to double their count with a trip to unimpressive Sheffield on Friday.
Titmuss, the former GB wheelchair boss, has been praised by his fellow playcallers for recruiting a solid starting five to the Thunder but he wants contributions from his bench.
“Even though it's early in the season and we're certainly nowhere close to being settled as a team, I'm looking to establish key roles for everyone on our roster because I don't think 'depth' is just about having back-up,” he said.
“I think it's about recognising what each of our guys brings to the table and then finding a way of maximising that available talent in any given combination on court.
“All of the guys made positive contributions to our win against Plymouth last Saturday and we're looking to build on that this week.”