SEVERN Stars head coach Jo Trip is keen to continue seeing improvements from her side despite enjoying their best-ever start to a Netball Super League season.

Stars, a franchise owned by the University of Worcester, sit second in the table on goal difference after victories in the first two rounds of the season and head into Friday night's clash with Team Bath (Team Bath Arena, March 1 at 7.30 pm) full of confidence.

But, despite this, Trip says that they are not looking too far ahead.

"The team is staying on task and focusing on one game at a time," she said. "It is a long season, and our focus remains on continuing to put out a better performance than our last, each game."

Although the first match of the season was held in Nottingham, this will be the team’s first official away match. Bath will be looking to bounce back from defeat at the hands of current champions Loughborough Lightning last weekend.

"Bath has a strong line-up and it is critical that we stick to our structures and keep developing these throughout this game," added Trip. "I was really impressed with our strong start and that is something I would like to see again.

"There are also areas I believe where we can win more ball and be more efficient in our court craft so I would like to see us explore this against Bath."

Stars followed up an opening day victory over Leeds Rhinos with a 67-38 victory over Strathclyde Sirens in front of an enthusiastic crowd at the University of Worcester Arena on Saturday.

Trip said: "Overall, I was really pleased once again with our tenacity on defence and our clinical attacking play. I think we could have put our foot down more at times and adapted better to the changes by allowing each other to settle in a little more."