Noeline Taurua isn't lavishing praise in her first win as the new Silver Ferns coach after her side's victory over South Africa last night.
Instead, she's demanding more from her troops with her attention already shifting to a clash with old rivals Australia.
The Silver Ferns bounced back from a record loss to England last week to record a 61-37 win over the Proteas in Tauranga last night but Taurua says there's still lots to improve on.
"Sometimes, in terms of our positioning, we were going away from the ball in the wrong side but that will come in time," she said.
"I thought on the outside, we actually looked quite good, we had a nice engine room going but also coughed up ball when we needed to keep it secure because the passes were 50/50.
"I thought in our defensive end we got great gains but there were still areas where we were too loose."
Taurua admits she's "uncertain" about where the Silver Ferns stack up against Australia but knows the game will be tougher.
"There's going to be the similarities in terms of the defensive style but I can't envisage they're going to cough up enough ball like South Africa did and the shooting percentages will be higher.
"It's a great opportunity to play up against the best... but we have to show incremental improvements."
The Silver Ferns play Australia in Melbourne on Sunday.