Caley Thistle midfielder Danny Williams is content to let Hamilton Accies and Dundee United hog the limelight this season.
Accies and United have been earning rave reviews for their starts to the season, while Inverness continue rolling along outwith the attention.
The Highlanders are third in the Scottish Premiership, three points behind leaders Accies and two behind second-placed United, who visit Inverness on Saturday.
Caley Thistle won 1-0 at St Mirren on Saturday with a Greg Tansey penalty and Williams is not concerned at the lack of attention and is happy to let other teams take the plaudits.
He said: “We’re picking up points away from home like we did last year. We want to stay at the right end of the table and it takes performances and results like this to do that.
“We’re happy to stay under the radar while Hamilton and Dundee United take all the attention. They’ve both started the season well and the focus is on them but we will keep picking up points and try to stay up there.
“We’ve got United next which should be a good game as both teams are going well.”
The Highlanders had to dig deep for all three points on Saturday at St Mirren after they were forced to play the last 40 minutes with 10 men following Ryan Christie’s dismissal.
Williams had sympathy for his team-mate and backed Christie to put the disappointment of his first red card behind him.
He said: “It seemed a harsh decision but it’s the referee’s call and we did well. It’s Ryan’s first red card. I doubt he’ll have any more in his career as he is not that kind of player. He is not malicious.
“Thankfully, we ended up winning the game, so the red card didn’t matter and I’m sure once he gets over the disappointment of being sent off he will be fine.
“It was very tough. We played against the wind in the first and did well to go in 1-0 up then we had to play the second half with 10 men but all credit to the lads, we dug in.
“It was a great three points.”
New signing Ibra Sekajja made his debut when he replaced Billy Mckay for the final 15 minutes and Williams believes the former Crystal Palace forward showed enough to suggest he can be an asset.
He said: “Ibra has done well in training and that’s why he made the bench. He will be a good addition to the squad.”