Walsall will create history if they win tomorrow – but all Dean Smith wants is three more points.
The Saddlers host Notts County looking to extend their perfect start to the season by bagging a fourth win.
No Walsall side has won the opening four games of a season since 1920, when the club played in the Birmingham League.
But the only statistic which concerns the manager will be the scoreline.
“Records are always there to be broken but we want to concentrate on the next game,” he said.
“We go into each game trying to win, and, if we can get the win on Saturday, that is the main thing. If people want to tell us it’s a record then so be it.
“It’s been a really good start so far, there is a long way to go still, but things are looking bright and we just need to keep doing what we are doing.
“We keep wanting to get better and we keep wanting to progress.”
Saturday marks a first return to the Banks’s since the 3-1 opening day win over Tranmere Rovers.
Since then the Saddlers have prevailed in two tough road tests, first against Port Vale in the League Cup and then last weekend against Oldham Athletic.
County arrive with a far less impressive record, having suffered defeats in their opening two league games.
Chris Kiwomya, who took over from Keith Curle following his sacking in February, has had to contend with a severely reduced budget and a summer which saw numerous big names leave.
Attacking midfielder Alan Judge went to Blackburn Rovers, while club captain Neal Bishop is now at Blackpool.
Perhaps the move which was symptomatic of the problems the rookie manager has faced saw midfielder Jeff Hughes drop down a league to Fleetwood Town, where he was offered a better deal.
New arrivals include full-back Mustapha Dumbaya from Portsmouth and midfielder Callum McGregor from Celtic, while the most high-profile arrival was striker Danny Haynes from Ipswich.
Yet despite their poor start, Smith believes County will still present tough opposition and believes opening fixtures against Sheffield United and Peterborough United did them few favours.
“The games they had were tough. I went to Sheffield United and they had a man sent off,” he said.
“It’s a tough place to go anyway but to be down to 10 men so early in the game was tough for them. They battled back to get an equaliser but lost the game in the end.
“Then against a much-fancied Peterborough team they took the lead against them but were beated 4-2 against a team I think is going to be up there.
“But they have some really good players there. Chris Kiwomya is putting his stamp on it and it will be a tough game for us.”
At least one face in the County line-up will need no introduction to Smith or Saddlers fans. Centre-back Manny Smith swapped the Banks’s for Meadow Lane last summer after turning down a two-year deal.
The Saddlers could name an unchanged line-up for the fourth consecutive game, with Andy Taylor their only injury concern. He remains sidelined with an ankle problem but Smith is hopeful he will be able to return for the trip to Brentford in eight days’ time.