DANNY ORR reckons Harlequins Rugby League's 10-try demolition of woeful Warrington on Saturday has been a few seasons in the making.
The 30 year-old half-back gave a commanding performance with a try of his own, a helping hand in three others, and 10 out of 10 kicks at goal as Quins tamed the Wolves 60-8.
Yet he was keen to point out that it was far from a one man show as Quins blew their opponents away in emphatic style.
He said: "This club has been building for three or four years now.
"It's always had the potential to put in performances like that, but we've never really kicked on.
"We've got in to positions and let it slip, but it all clicked today and we finished the job off like good professional sides do.
"We've always had potential but never been quite there to be able to finish teams off. A few years ago we would have got 20 points in front and still got beat.
"But against Warrington I could hear all the boys sticking to what we worked on all week, and even with two minutes to go we were still trying to score tries.
"And when they got the ball back all our defensive calls just came out and it was suddenly about not letting them score. We've got a good attitude at the moment, and it's all about work ethic."
But Orr warned fans not to expect such a brilliant show every week from Quins, who visit Huddersfield this weekend.
He said: "I would love to say that we could do that every week, but that is not likely to happen.
"Next week will be totally different, but we've just got to go out and believe that the things that we are doing in training will pay off for us."
Orr was pleased with his personal milestone of a perfect 10 from 10 kicks at goal, but admits that Rob Purdham will still be the number one kicker when he gets back from injury.
He added: "I think when Purdo is back he'll be kicking. I used to kick when I was at Castleford and Wigan, but I'm number two here.
"Kicking 10 out of 10 is a record for me, but Rob is a very good kicker. I'm not a great kicker in the same class as a Kevin Sinfield, but I can stick one over now and again."