Team GB's hockey women may top their group after two games of the Olympic tournament in Rio, but Surbiton Hockey Club's Giselle Ansley is not getting carried away.

Ansley's penalty corner strike opened the scoring in Monday's 3-0 win over India that backed up Sunday's dramatic 2-1 opening triumph over Australia.

The 24-year-old revealed the squad have removed themselves from social media to focus on bettering their London 2012 Games bronze medal effort four years ago.

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Off the mark: Surbiton's Giselle Ansley celebrates opening her Olympic goalscoring account in Rio 

And the move is designed to keep the squad grounded as they prepare for the next group B clash with Argentina on Wednesday.

“We are taking it game by game despite two early wins," she said.

"Six points out of six is the perfect start because every game is a tough one so grinding out the results at this stage is important.

“We have come off social media as a team. We have decided to stay in our little bubble and focus on ourselves, but we have heard from friends and family that the support home is fantastic."