City are currently in fifth place in the Premier League and will be brimming with confidence after their impressive 1-1 draw against Dynamo Kiev in the Europa League on Thursday. Tony Pulis' men are unbeaten in nine games having started their Europa League qualifying campaign earlier this summer and have not been breached in six games. It is a record that most teams in the division would be proud of but the Germany international feels the plaudits for their achievements are not forthcoming. "I don't know if we get the credit we deserve, but we have to make sure that we realise we haven't done anything yet," said Huth. "What is happening is great but we won't be getting carried away by it. It is still very early in the season. "Let's see how it's going at Christmas and take it from there. A couple of defeats and you can be back down the table again so it's important for us to stay focused. "That's why we don't get too taken over by people saying nice things about us for once. "We are a good side but one of the big differences we have this season is we have real competition for places in all departments."