Dunbar played a starring role, scoring two tries, as Scotland snatched the narrowest of wins against Italy last time out in the RBS 6 Nations.
Scotland boss Scott Johnson raved about the contribution of his midfield duo but Dunbar is refusing to get carried away after seeing his side claim only their first win of the Championship against the Azzurri.
"It is like anything, the more you play together, the more you can read each other and it's improving every time we play," he said.
"So all we can do is keep working hard and hope we still get selected.
"There was a lot of work done by the boys inside. We created a lot and created a few gaps."