Ian Holloway has sent out a warning to the Championship that his Queens Park Rangers side mean business and will be going all out in their remaining games.
The Hoops have won five of their last seven games and are certainly one of the form sides in the league.
Next up for Holloway's men are games with Derby County, Brighton and Hove Albion and Aston Villa, but that hasn't put Holloway off - he wants maximum points from them all.
Tonight, the Hoops return from the international break with a trip to Derby.
"I was disappointed with the week before (at Leeds) because I thought we should have won, and that's what I want to breed here," said Holloway, who spoke after crushing Rotherham 5-1, two weeks go.
"I don't just go to Leeds expecting a point is good, I wanted to win.
"So hopefully we can keep going now. We have eight games left, I want to win all eight of them. Can we? I don't see why not but we're going to have to earn that right.
"It's a good run at the moment, I have to say. The boys are really, really working hard.
"The choices I've got are fantastic and I actually enjoy watching us play, providing we get it in behind their midfield and we hurt their back four.
"But right now it's a good feeling. It's much better than losing six in a row, isn't it?"