St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas is looking forward to Saturday's trip to Inverness and the chance to make history at the club.
The 2-1 home win over Kilmarnock last weekend was a fifth successive victory for the Saints and equalled a club record which has stood since 1971.
Lomas told the Dundee Courier: "It would be nice to go to Inverness and top the record from 1971, but it's never easy up there.
"The boys will be under no illusions how hard it will be, but the Killie game was much better than in the home games against St Mirren and Celtic.
"We were bang on the money and went after them.
"It should have been more comfortable and, if I was nit-picking, the chances we wasted could have come back to haunt us, but we deserved the points and confidence is a massive part of football.
"You play with more freedom with a win or two under your belt."