The free-scoring right-back said: “It’s obviously something to look on but we’re just looking at the short term. We’re looking at blocks of games and we want to set goals for them and win as many matches as we possibly can.”
This approach of taking games in blocks has worked wonders for Mark Warburton so far this season, with 10 games bringing 10 victories, and Tavernier has been a central part of that success.
The right-back, signed from Wigan over the summer, has netted six goals in those 10 games, to make him the Gers’ second highest scorer of the season.
Admittedly, keeping a 100% record over the entire season will not be easy, and even going undefeated is a tough challenge.
There are always going to be games when you slip up, and consistency in results can fall by the wayside for no apparent reason. Poor form, bad luck or injury can all hit a club, and Warburton needs to plan for every eventuality if the Gers are to keep up their incredible start to the season over the coming months.