The Rams have started to find form of late, winning four of their last five matches, and that has led to them climbing the Championship table at a rapid rate.
However, Clement feels that his group still have a lot of improvements to make, and says that they will be working hard on the training ground over the international break to iron out any faults that have occurred over the campaign so far.
“We’re not there yet, there are still lots to work on and we can always improve," he said.
“I still really believe that there’s a lot of good football to come from us.”
Clement's Derby side have ambitions of making it into the automatic promotion spots this season, and they spent big over the summer to achieve their goals.
As a result, their squad is packed with quality and there is an expectation that they should dominate a large portion of their matches in the league.
So far, Derby's wins have generally been achieved through their defensive strength, rather than their attacking class, and Clement will be looking to make his team more of a threat in the near future.
The Rams return to action in two weeks' time, with Wolverhampton Wanderers visiting the iPro Stadium.