Which is just as well given the Highland side's impressive 40-match unbeaten league run has not been punctuated by a healthy sum of goals.
It seems unnecessarily pedantic to point to a lack of goals when the club continue to maintain an unblemished run of form which spans back over a year and two divisions. Yet there is still a certain unease that their comfortable start to life in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League could become a little more rough and ready unless County start finding the net.
Richard Brittain is the only player to score for the Dingwall side so far this term – guiding a free-kick into the net against Celtic before converting a penalty against Dundee – but the midfielder has no concerns about his side's attacking potential.
"It just shows you how closely matched teams are. I don't think it comes down to striking options, it just shows you how little there is between the teams," said Brittain, whose side go in search of their first top-flight home win against St Johnstone today. "We are confident with the quality we have got in the squad, the goals will start to flow."
Yet Brittain is aware that their relative success to date does not guarantee a place in the Premier League come next season. "We have got a decent foothold in the league but there is a long, long way to go and it's only a foothold," the 28-year-old said.
"Look at some teams that have come up before us, they have started really, really well, even up to January-February time and then fallen away and ended up getting relegated. We are only six games in and there is a long, long way to go, there is no getting away from that.
"It's a good start but that's all it is, it doesn't count for anything at the end of the season. We need to keep working hard and getting points on the board."
St Johnstone are also keen to make sure their recent success does not end in disappointment further down the line. The Perth side celebrated a 2-1 win against Celtic last weekend but, having not won in their previous five matches, the importance of building on that in Dingwall today is not lost on their manager.
Gregory Tade and Rowan Vine both scored in Perth but they will be expected to pose a similar threat to County at the Global Energy Stadium.
"I think any win makes training a lot more enjoyable," said Steve Lomas. "To come back after such an early setback was very positive.
"But, listen, it will count for nothing if we don't go up and produce the same sort of performance and, hopefully, get a result against Ross County, who are bang in form."