Marcello Trotta thinks there is no reason why Brentford cannot win all their remaining matches – such is the confidence oozing through the club.
It may be fanciful, to say the least, but after a club record eight straight wins, it feels like the sky is the limit, according to the Italian, who scored the opening goal in Saturday's 2-0 win over Port Vale, which kept the Bees at the top of League One.
“Can we win every match? Why not?,” Trotta said.
“We're thinking one game at a time and try to do our best. We don't think we can't do things – we just play our football and we're really enjoying it.
“We show our character that we always want to win and I think that showed again today. It gives us a big advantage.”
Trotta, who this week was off to Florence for a two day training camp with Italy's U21s, said of the weekend win: “I think it was tough at the beginning, but then we started to establish our play and after the goal, we found it easier to play.
“I think we should have scored a few to kill the game earlier. We did not start well but sometimes that is the way it goes.
“I'm happy to score and hopefully will keep going like this.”