Everton are magic. We know this.
We seem to have got back some of our old School of Science touch back under the guidance of our new Catalan leader.
Two excellent away performances in a week at the home of the current and prospective a Premier League champions added to the wave of optimism and expectation that we are riding this season.
Some Blues even took to Twitter to say its possible that we could look beyond just qualifying for Europe, but securing a first league title in nearly 30 years.
I mean, if Liverpool can dream, why canÂ´t we?
A fair shout, yes, but IÂ´d advise caution when it comes to dreaming of Jags hoisting the Premier League trophy aloft come May.
I wonÂ´t deny Roberto is doing a superb job and I hate to be the one that pours water on everything but remember how easily we limped out of the League Cup earlier this year, to arguably one of the worst sides in the Premier League, Fulham, who we play on Saturday.
We have a habit of throwing away points against lesser sides, see draws against Norwich, WBA, Liverpool, Spurs, Cardiff, Palace.
IÂ´d hate for all our good work to come undone at home to Fulham on Saturday, after two excellent performances that are earning us the acclaim we deserve.
LetÂ´s talk about the title in April, if weÂ´re still up there.
Me, IÂ´d be happy with the Europa League.
ThereÂ´s nothing quite like the Old Lady rocking on a midweek night.
I can still remember ArtetaÂ´s goal against Fiorentina and I want that back.
Winning the league wouldnÂ´t be bad though.