Glenn Hoddle may have his work cut out persuading his bubbling Wolverhampton Wanderers players to adopt the customary 'one game at a time' thought process during the next nine weeks.
After two stunning performances that have put the wind up the rest of the Championship play-off candidates, confident Wolves have suddenly emerged as real promotion contenders.
While Hoddle is very positive about obtaining another big result at fifth-placed Preston North End this Saturday, he says that even he daren't look any further ahead than that.
He said: "In all the games in that long run when we were drawing you just felt we were so close to turning the corner.
"I always said I thought we were capable of winning matches. Now we have a real belief that we can go up there and win at Preston. We know they're on fire. They're going for promotion themselves and got a good win at West Ham last weekend. Maybe they're due a bit of a wobble but the best thing we can do is not think about the big picture too much. We just need to keep things going as they are and see where it takes us."
Wolves' remarkable 3-3 draw at Derby last Wednesday night, followed by Saturday's 4-1 romp at Crewe have catapulted Hoddle's side up to 13th place, eight points away from a play-off place with ten matches left. Following their almost magical transformation, Wolves have a serious chance of repeating their run to the play-offs under Dave Jones two years ago.
Hoddle said: "There are now seven or eight teams clamouring for that one last spot and there's still a long way to go.
"Ipswich looked certainties for automatic promotion a month ago but they've lost their last three. Whereas we've lost one match in 14 and to not lose is a very good sign.
"Leeds, Derby and Preston have all gone on runs and if we can go on a run we'd be timing it to perfection. It's a strange scenario, for sixth position to still be as low as 54 points.
"Three games ago, no way I'd have put money on that still being the case. Yet Reading have not won in 11 matches, and they've just gone back into the top six.
"We don't know where we'll end up but we've got to say 'Come on, let's see where this takes us' and just try to make sure that we're really in there when it comes to the last three or four games. It's a late run, sure, but if we can remain consistent in an inconsistent league, who knows.
"Preston will be a very hard game, we know that. But if we keep playing like we have been, with two home games to come before the break for the international week, it's all there ahead of us to do."