The Tarkwa-based side currently sit second in Zone A, having won four of six games played so far.
“We will keep working hard and stay grounded," Boadu said as reported by Footballmadeinghana.
“That will come from me and my backroom staff and we have a lot of experience in the dressing room.
“There’s still a long way to go. There are seven more matches to be played and so we can’t get complacent.
“We will look to keep the momentum going into the outstanding fixture against Berekum Chelsea on Wednesday."
On Sunday, Medeama fended off a strong challenge from third-placed Aduana Stars when they came face-to-face in Tarkwa. The game ended 1-0 thanks to a Samuel Appiah goal.