Things are going rather well for Watford at the moment.
Despite the sad news that coach Oscar Garcia had to stand down due to health reasons, his successor Billy McKinlay - whom he helped appoint - managed to guide the club to a 2-1 win over Brentford last night that has left them joint-top of the Championship, only just outside the automatic promotion places on goal difference.
Not bad for a side now onto their third manager of the season after just 10 games.
And the man Watford had to thank for their win was Matej Vydra, whose stunning half volley from outside the box in the second half was worthy of settling any game.
The 22-year-old spent last season on loan at West Brom and the Baggies may rue not bringing him back to the Hawthorns this campaign, with the Hornets instead re-signing him from Udinese.
"I am very, very pleased, to be honest," McKinlay told reporters after the game. "First of all, I am really delighted to be in charge.
"Maybe I would be exaggerating a little bit if I said I enjoyed it that much. I am enjoying it now but I am really pleased obviously with the result and certain aspects of the performance."
Of Vydra's strike, meanwhile, Brentford boss Mark Warburton said: "It was a magnificent shot from Vydra and there is nothing you can do about that."
Watford fans certainly seem to agree...
Good to see a couple of players getting back on form in vydra and ekstrand, and brilliant noise from the Rookery tonight #watfordfc— Roy Moore (@Roymoore_Hornet) September 30, 2014
Vydra's technique for his bullet volley... Ighalo's "technique" for his dribbler of a penalty... compare and contrast. #watfordfc— Mike Funnell (@mgfunnell) September 30, 2014
Vydra dropped off well for his goal, 6 players ahead of him. Being a striker doesn't mean you have to be the furthest player up the pitch— Tony (@D_unstable) September 30, 2014
Brilliant performance by @vydra_92 this evening - stunning goal a fitting reward for a man of the match display. Same again Saturday!— David Simpson (@DASimmo) September 30, 2014
I close my eyes and all I can see is that leaving Vydra's boot! Stunning strike. Is it Saturday yet?— iAmAHornet (@iAmAHornet) September 30, 2014
I really enjoyed tonight. Well done to the lads. Esp Vydra, who I thought had his best game so far this season— iAmAHornet (@iAmAHornet) September 30, 2014