SAINTS boss Kristian Woolf says there will be no complacency from his side on Friday night when they take on Super League new boys Leigh.

The Centurions have yet to win a game since their return to the top flight and fell away badly in the last quarter of their defeat to Salford last Friday.

However, Woolf saw what they are capable of in the Tommy Makinson testimonial game when they beat Saints by a point - and followed that up with a fine opening day performance against Wigan.

So the game is not being taken lightly.    

Woolf said: "I expect Leigh to find their feet eventually and they have shown enough to be competitive.

"They have not been as good as where they would like to be in the last couple of weeks, but if you look back to the testimonial they were really competitive and backed that up with what they did against Wigan.

"We can't expect anything different this week."

The games against Wakefield and Huddersfield have seen the opposition raise their games a notch when taking on the back-to-back champions.

That is why Saaints, yet to fully hit their straps, have to be on their mettle.

"We know that teams in general come to play when it comes to us," Woolf said.

"It is a great opportunity for them as we have obviously had some success in the last couple of years so teams bring their best game and that is what we expect off Leigh.

"Every team is going to come with a point to prove – for a team like Leigh they have nothing to lose and can play with a bit of freedom.

"I am sure they will come up with a few different ways of trying to challenge us.

"The challenge for us every week is to make sure we are up for that fight and right up around our best every week and that we have the real hunger we have shown in the first four rounds."

Woolf has seen that from his team so far, with the Saints unbeten in all competitions.

He said: "That has been the most pleasing thing for me. When we have been challenged we have shown that hunger, desperation and have played it tough.

"We have got plenty of improvement and I am sure we will show more this weekend.

"But we need to maintain that real hunger."

Woolf is on the whole content with the team's direction of travel - but knows the really tough spell will kick in from May in the opposition to be faced on two fronts.

"We have got better generally – the Leeds game was the one in which we dropped a couple of standards - but we did a good job in the way we turned that around the following weeks.

I am happy with where we sit," he said.