Ian Holloway admits Queens Park Rangers are quietly building something on the back of their recent form and supporters probably won't see the real results until next season.
The Hoops have won five out of their last seven games and are looking to end the campaign inside the top ten.
Games with Derby, Brighton and Aston Villa await next, but Holloway's side should not fear playing the big clubs in the division on paper.
Holloway isn't getting carried away, however, and knows his side can't compete with the top, top sides in the Championship week in, week out - yet.
"There is a confident air around the place which is nice," he said, post-match on Saturday, following a 5-1 demolition of Rotherham United.
"I think everyone believes in the new lads, and the new lads, like Luke Freeman wrote in the matchday programme, he feels like he's been here for a long time.
"It's all about understanding what you want and what you want to achieve as a group, because you can't do it on your own.
"So, I am delighted for all of them, and what's more pleasing for me is the selection problems I have are getting more and more difficult.
"I am just going to pick who I think, which way I need to play - because we're not quite good enough yet to actually dominate this level over and over again, playing the same way.
"So as long as we can react to different things, particularly at Loftus Road. That's four wins in a row, I think?
"That feels fantastic, so hopefully the punters have gone home feeling that QPR can win a game they're supposed to.
"That is almost an insult to the people we're playing against but notoriously banana skins like today, we normally slip over.
"I did when we played here, so let's hope we can get a group together who actually want to be intense and want to win and believe they can win on a regular basis.
"At the minute our stats our telling me that's what we're doing. It's great."