Just three points off league-leaders Bournemouth, Watford are a side in form after beating Bolton Wanderers 4-3 on Saturday afternoon.
There were goals and drama galore as Slavisa Jokanovic's men left Bolton with the narrow win and Watford fans can dare to dream while in fifth place.
Hornets players, meanwhile, were naturally delighted on Twitter after the game, with Troy Deeney, Heurelho Gomes and Daniel Pudil among those to take to social media in celebration.
Great week 3 wins can't ask for more from the boys battling victories now time to rest up before we go again enjoy your weekends— Troy Deeney (@T_Deeney) February 14, 2015
Great 3 points guys, what a team performance, let's keep pushing on it. #allGlorytoGod on our way back home.— HEURELHO GOMES (@hdgomes) February 14, 2015
It was another star supporters showered praise on after the Bolton win, however, a midfielder many consider a class above even the Championship as a whole.
Indeed, Almen Abdi delivered another terrific performance for Watford at the Reebok, while he once again netted a superb strike from distance.
The 28-year-old's goal was his seventh of the season and, as many have commented, could run a goal of the season competition all by himself.
Next up for Watford are Norwich City, meaning another promising clash could be in store. For now, however, the Hornets can bask in a dramatic win over Bolton - and another classy display from midfielder Abdi!
Is Almen Abdi having a goal of the season competition all to himself this season? #watfordfc— Danny Seabrook (@Danny_Seabrook) February 15, 2015
Almen MOTM by quite some distance. At his absolute best and is the best in the division when he plays that well #watfordfc— Adam Drury (@Adam_Drury1) February 14, 2015
Does Watford's Almen Abdi ever score a simple goal? The midfielder always seems to contribute towards the Goal of the Weekend. #WatfordFC— Dan Church (@DJChurch94) February 15, 2015
When Almen Abdi is 100% fit, not one single player in the Championship can touch him in terms of class and ability! https://t.co/RTuiwniVtx"— Chris Bottom (@ChrisBottom16) February 15, 2015
Almen Abdi is, and I don't want to exaggerate, THE player of our, and all past generations.— Stephen Fletcher (@sfletcherWFC) February 15, 2015