Manchester United will head to Norwich on Saturday seeking a sixth successive win in all competitions, but David Moyes is expecting a tough afternoon.
United had to rally from 2-0 down to defeat Hull 3-2 on Boxing Day, while the Canaries suffered their third Premier League defeat of the season at Carrow Road as they lost 2-1 to Fulham.
However, Moyes is not getting too carried away despite enjoying his best run of results since taking charge.
"I think all the games at this time of year are difficult to call," said Moyes. "I expect Norwich to be another hard game.
"I think at this club you're waiting on winning more games than this and then you might talk about being on a run.
"We'll just try and win the next one and see what happens.
"All we can do is keep knocking away and hopefully be in there fighting come the end of the season."
Defender Chris Smalling is approaching the Norwich match in confident mood.
He said: "I think Hull is going to be a pivotal three points and it keeps us on this run as well, which is important because it is difficult when you have to play again two days later.
"It's always easier when you go into a game off the back of a win.
"We had belief going into this game, and after this win we'll continue to pick it up. I think we've had our setbacks this season, we need to make sure that we don't have any more and that we keep winning."