The group said they are "happy" with the chart placing of the LP, which entered at number 23 last week before dropping out of the top 40 yesterday.
Vanessa White told Digital Spy at Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball: "It was a really busy week and we've never really released at this time of year in the build-up to Christmas.
"We're really happy with it and we're proud of the album because we had a lot of input. We're really looking forward to performing all the songs on tour, so it's an exciting time!"
Dicussing their next single, which was rumoured to be their Travie McCoy collaboration 'The Way You Watch Me', she revealed: "We don't know what exactly the next single will be yet. We haven't decided, but it could be that song."
The Saturdays previously claimed that a number one single would mean "so much" to them.
Watch the music video for The Saturdays' latest single 'My Heart Takes Over' below: