Joe Leach: Unbeaten Worcestershire a threat to any team in the country
Captain Joe Leach says few teams would relish facing his Worcestershire side in their current form.
Worcestershire are the only club in either division of the County Championship with a 100% record, after an innings victory over Derbyshire.
"We're playing good cricket at the moment," Leach told BBC Hereford & Worcester following their third win in as many Division Two games.
"There's not many sides in the country who would want to come up against us."
Leach took 4-50 and 5-32 in the victory at Derby, taking his tally for the season to 22 wickets. Worcestershire also topped the One-Day Cup North Group, winning six of their eight games, to earn a home semi-final.
The 26-year-old says his side will remain confident going into their next four-day match at Northamptonshire, which starts on Friday.
"At the moment, opportunities seem to be leading to wins which is obviously a great habit to be in," he said.
"It's a hungry group. We're very clear about what we want to achieve this season.
"When you play under Bumpy [director of cricket Steve Rhodes], there's not much chance of there being any complacency."