T&T's cyclists are well-positioned ahead of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan in 2020 after performances at the Berlin, Germany and London, England UCI World Cups, recently.
The country's sprint team of Njisane Phillip, Nicholas Paul and Kwesi Browne are ranked at seventh in the world after a move of five spots up the rankings while Browne's individual exploits in the keirin event have put T&T at 12th in the world, moving four places up this year.
Browne, who was second in his opening heat as well as in the repechage in Berlin, followed up that performance with a similar finish in London that earned him qualification to the second round. His two World Cup rides have earned him an impressive 11th position in the world rankings individually.
The Sprint men, on the other hand, were 10th in Germany in the opening round but rebounded in England with a fifth-place finish that saw them cruise to the second round before being knocked out by Poland.
Among the rankings in the sprints individually, Paul leads the chart for T&T at ninth in the world, while Phillip, the country's Olympic shocker of 2012, is at 36th.
The team returned home on Monday night and sprung back into training ahead of two other World Cups next month in New Zealand and Hong Kong.
Farrier said the local cyclists are set to have no Christmas holidays as the training programme will take the riders throughout.
"We are at a pretty good position at the moment but there is no time for us to become complacent. It is still very far off with two more World Cups and a World Championship to go," Farrier said. "Our focus now should be on getting top positions at the coming World Cups which would hold us moving forward to the world championships which carries the most points."