Frazer Wright is confident St Johnstone can continue their winning streak at Inverness.
Saints sit second in the SPL table after equalling a club record of five successive top-flight victories against Kilmarnock last weekend.
Steve Lomas' side have not tasted defeat since August, winning six of their last seven games in all competitions, and defender Wright has urged his team-mates to extend that run against Caley on Saturday.
"The SPL table looks good and we are keen to keep the winning run going," Wright told the Daily Record.
"It's brilliant to be linked with a St Johnstone club record and everything has been very positive in recent weeks."
While confidence is currently high at McDiarmid Park, Wright revealed the players have been warned about their over-zealous celebrations when they find the net.
Wright rugby-tackled Nigel Hasselbaink after he hit the winner against Kilmarnock.
"I'm not too popular with the gaffer and assistant Tommy Wright because they don't like the celebrations," said Wright. "They probably think we have enough injuries to contend with.
"They started after Rowan Vine scored the winner against Celtic to set us off on this run.
"Nigel maybe thought it wasn't happening against Killie but his goal was in the last minute and I knew it had wrapped up the points and equalled the win record.
"So I grabbed him and rugby tackled him to the ground and everyone just piled in."