Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies still thinks his side are over-achieving even after Tuesday's victory against Crystal Palace - his team's 12th successive league win at The City Ground.
That has equalled a club record lasting 30 years and kept Forest third in the Championship table, less than 12 months after they only just avoided making an immediate return to League One.
Davies said: "It's fantastic, I'm delighted to equal the great Brian Clough's record.
"But there's other things that please me - 18 clean sheets, going 20 undefeated at one point and undefeated for ten months away from home.
"The more I look at this league table with big clubs with parachute payments, I've got no doubt in my mind that we shouldn't be above these clubs, but I'm very, very proud."