Arbroath can hit the heady heights of second spot in the Championship tonight.
A win at Gayfield over bottom-placed Partick Thistle at Gayfield in the Friday fixture will see the Lichties move up from fourth place and slot in behind leaders Dundee United, at least until tomorrow teatime.
It is a heck of an incentive to see off the Firhill men but manager Dick Campbell will let others get excited about that possibility.
He isn’t even thinking about league positions this early in the season.
All he wants is for his players to keep building on what has been a terrific start to the campaign for the Angus men.
Campbell said: “Listen, that’s not something I am even thinking about.
“You can never take anything for granted in football and I know we will have to play very well to take anything from the game.
“I was at Partick for three years and know that club.
“They will not be happy to be below us and will be doing everything they can to get a result at Gayfield.
“What I will concede is that it has been a great start to the league campaign by my players.
“We beat Dundee United in the cup (Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer) last Saturday and people were talking about how United made changes.
“Well, we made a few changes ourselves and still came out on top.”
The Lichties will be without frontman Gavin Swankie for a further four to six weeks as he having a hernia operation.
Scott Stewart has picked up a knock so he will also miss the Jags clash.