The Swans have yet to concede after setting a club record with three clean sheets to take seven points out of a possible nine.
And they will look to extend that record at the Liberty Stadium against a Lions side that has picked up a win and two draws in their opening games.
“As a start it has been pretty good, we’re three games in and we haven’t conceded a goal yet, and seven points from nine is a very good record,” said the 26-year-old forward.
“As a team we just want to carry this on now, we don’t want to take our foot off the gas. We want to get a run going and stamp our authority on the league.”
“The mood in the dressing room is positive, obviously we’ve still got work to do and you can never get too complacent,” said the winger.
Lowe netted his first goal since his summer move from Wigan in the 2-0 win ay Wycombe Wanderers last Saturday.
And he insists there is more to come from him as Swansea look to remain among the Championship pacesetters having made a late charge into the play-offs last season.
“I’m always happy to score and help the team as much as I can,” added Lowe.
“You always want to score and it is nice when you can get a goal nice and early in the season to try and get a run going and kick on from there.
“The gaffer has brought me in to get goals and assists so it was nice to be able to do that.
“I want to help the team with goals and assists and obviously with all of the other work that has to be done on the pitch.
“But primarily I need to get the goals in and thankfully I got one (at Wycombe).