Two wins, four goals scored, none conceded, and six more points on the board.
It doesn’t get too much better than that — and the early-season negativity from a first-round League Cup exit and Old Farm Derby defeat seem like a distant memory.
Last week, I clamoured for the return of Jonny Williams from Crystal Palace who, after arriving on loan towards the end of the last campaign, helped keep our play-off push alive in the wake of David McGoldrick’s injury last season.
But in the form of 18- year-old Teddy Bishop, perhaps we have the creativeness and inventiveness we need to mount a promotion push this season.
It is so refreshing to see a central midfielder in our side whose first instinct is to turn and play forwards.
The performances of Bishop and another youngster, Tyrone Mings, have capped two home victories against Millwall and Brighton.
There is no doubt Mings had big shoes to fill following the departure of Aaron Cresswell to West Ham in the summer and the former Chippen- ham Town man has stepped up.
As well as being a physical presence at the back, he loves to bomb forward, whip in a cross — and he almost scored an audacious backheel-lob on Tuesday.
While we did ride our a luck at times during the last couple of victories, with Millwall hitting the bar early on and Dean Gerken being forced into some good stops against the Seagulls, Town fans have a genuine reason to be positive.
Next up is a trip to Wigan Athletic on Monday night (7.45pm) in front of the Sky Sports cameras.
After two good home wins, a point away would not be a bad result.