Forfar may have stormed back to the top of the League One table on Saturday but boss Dick Campbell insists there is still much more to come from his side.
A combination of the Loons beating Brechin 2-0 at the Glebe and Dunfermline losing at home to Ayr was enough for Forfar to leapfrog the Pars at the summit.
A week previously, Dunfermline had beaten Campbell’s side 4-0 at Station Park, a result some saw as confirmation that Allan Johnston’s full-timers would romp to the title.
That theory was something the veteran Station Park boss definitely did not buy into, especially when taking into account the fact he was without four key players in that game.
Now though, he is just delighted that his side are league leaders once again.
He said: “To be fair to Brechin, we scored against the run of play but it was a great goal from Derek Young.
“I chose to play him up front to help out Lewis Allan and I think it worked. Once we got our second, it was just waves of attack from us.
“To be honest, despite the fact that we are top of the league with 13 points to our name already, I still do not know my best forward combination.
“With the players I have, there are about 14 different permutations but it is a good headache to have.
“It was also good to get back to winning ways after the Dunfermline game but people have to remember we had four players missing against them while I had almost a full squad to choose from at Brechin.
“It speaks volumes that our starting XI against Brechin didn’t include Gavin Swankie, Mark Baxter, Chris Templeman and Rab Douglas.
“There are still improvements to be made but I am happy with how we have done so far.”