Scotland international Andrew Henderson has highlighted clarity as the key to success under head coach Frank Hadden.
The Scots had claimed just three wins in the last two RBS 6 Nations Championships - with two of them coming against Italy at Murrayfield.
But, after claiming the scalps of France and England already this year, the team are on course to match that figure in one season.
The 26-year-old centre Henderson insists the ability to keep everything clear has seen Hadden enjoy a successful first RBS 6 Nations.
Henderson said: ''Frank has a way he wants to play and everybody is keen and excited to follow that.
''He is pretty clear in what he wants us to do and the way he wants us to do it.
''When he makes a point, it will be relevant. He won't talk a lot without substance to it.
''His point is clear and relevant and that is the best way in coaching.
''You take everything on board and appreciate why he is saying it. That is a big strength.''
Former Scotland coach Matt Williams was sacked by the Scottish Rugby Union almost a year ago after a run of three Test wins out of 17.
However, there was an immediate improvement in results when Hadden took over in an interim capacity with triumphs over the Barbarians and Romania.
The former Edinburgh Gunners head coach continued the good form into the autumn Test series in November, where the team earned plaudits despite losing to Argentina and New Zealand.
Henderson believes, after a barren couple of years for Scotland, the squad are revelling in the success so far in the RBS 6 Nations.
Henderson added: ''We have always worked hard but it is good to have a few results in our favour now.
''In the last few years, wins have been few and far between so we appreciate more and more when results do go our way.''