Burnley boss Sean Dyche is eager for his side to continue their resurgent home form when Charlton visit Turf Moor on Saturday.
Upon his appointment as Eddie Howe's successor, Dyche stated his aim to make the Lancashire venue a fortress.
His new charges followed those words with back-to-back wins over Wolves and Leeds, and the former Watford boss wants three more points against Chris Powell's men to keep moving in the right direction.
He said: "It would lay down a good marker, wouldn't it? Two is good of course, with two clean sheets.
"Wolves coming out of the Premier League are a big side and expected to be up there. Leeds, Neil (Warnock's) teams are always hard to play against and hard to beat and we did that.
"So to go a third would be fantastic. We obviously want to make it a place where people don't enjoy coming for the right reasons - because we're doing well and we'll making it difficult for people."