The Worcester forwards have impressed in the opening weeks of campaign and adapted well to the new laws that have been introduced to the league.
However, Windo admits a big test will come in the next fortnight as they prepare to welcome Sale first up.
"Sale Sharks have got some very good forwards," said Windo, who was a legendary prop for Warriors before joining the backroom staff.
"They have some big men in Andrew Sheridan and Eifion Roberts. Dean Schofield I rate very highly as a second row.
"They have some great individuals in a very good team. It will be a good test for us with Sale this week and then Leicester the week after, we have a big fortnight ahead of us as a set of forwards.
"It is something I am looking forward to and I'm sure the players are too, we have to rise to the challenge and give a good account of ourselves."
Windo is keen for Warriors to build on the win over Leeds when Warriors face Sale on Saturday.
And he admits building on home form - with four wins out of five in all competitions stretching back to last season - is crucial.
"Going back to the days when I played, we got ourselves a bit of a reputation of being a very difficult team to beat at Sixways," he added.
"What we are looking at now is being impossible to beat at home. We have tagged it a Fortress Sixways and the support have a big part to play in that.
"We have a fantastic support here and if we can make it a difficult place to play and come then it will put us in a great position to push up the league."
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