Leigh boss Paul Rowley claims his side have more to come despite taking down Featherstone Rovers in the Challenge Cup fifth round yesterday.
The Centurions have now won their last 11 games and are the only unbeaten team in the country’s top three leagues.
“We have got a lot more in us,” Rowley told the Leigh Reporter. “I was happy that we won a really tough encounter against Featherstone but I believe we have between 25 and 30 per cent improvement left to come.
“The things I can’t coach are commitment, spirit and heart. We had those qualities in abundance as well as the will to win.
“We have got the confidence back to play in a certain way. We got our mojo back against Swinton and it showed again against Featherstone. It’s fantastic for us to be in the last eight of the Challenge Cup. We are still living the dream.”