West Bromwich Albion midfielder Chris Brunt believes his side's brand of "total football" is not only a joy to watch but a joy to play too.
And the Northern Ireland International believes it may just be enough to help Albion clinch a vital victory over tomorrow's opponents Charlton.
Brunt, who joined from Sheffield Wednesday in the summer in a £3 million transfer, will again be in the engine room as Albion prepare for what is being billed as the game of the day in the Championship this weekend.
The match, which kicks off at lunchtime, is being televised on Sky and will pit the Baggies as they strive for promotion against a side full of players who had plenty of experience in the Premiership prior to their relegation at the end of last season.
Brunt said: "The type of football we play makes it an attractive fixture as we prepare for the Christmas spell with what we hope will be a win."
Albion face four games in ten days over the festive period and Brunt says they will be chasing maximum points in a bid to secure their position in the league which currently sees them hot on the heels of league leaders Watford.
He said: "Over Christmas we always have a lot of games over a short period of time. It gives you a massive boost in the second half of the season if you can pick up as many points as you can now.
"We have playing well. The defeat to Coventry was a bit of a blow and we were very disappointed second half. Unfortunately for us we got a man sent off and in the end that killed us completely.
"Last Saturday at Leicester was a great result when you think of all the players we had out with injuries and suspensions. It shows you the quality and the depth we have in the squad.
"At least we know we can perhaps afford to miss a couple of players from time to time and it gives the young boys the opportunity to come in and do well.
"We are lucky to have depth in the squad and quality players as well. Against Charlton we need to get back on track at home."
The midfielder said it was important not to read too much into all the plaudits coming Albion's way from fellow Championship admirers.
He said: "We need to keep our heads down and concentrate on our own game and listen to what our own staff and manager have to say.
"We are definitely up for this game. We have shot ourselves in the foot a few times this season but we are capable of taking all three points."
Brunt said he was enjoying Albion's stylish way of playing football which he said he felt he had now adapted to after coming from Wednesday where the football was far more direct.
He said: "Tony (Mowbray) likes to play a different way to the way I was used to. It has taken a while to get used to it as it was more direct at Sheffield Wednesday but now I have had a decent run of games, I am getting into it.
"The more settled I have got, the more confident I have become."