There is no doubt about it - things are still very much looking up for West Ham United.
Away wins won't happen every week and certainly not the impressive victories the east London side picked up at Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City.
What's more, the fact West Ham drew 2-2 at Sunderland on Saturday afternoon after finding themselves 2-0 down is further credit to the Hammers.
But boss Slaven Bilic still has plenty of room for improvement and delivered a frank response during his post-match press conference to say as much.
Indeed, asked about West Ham's mistakes against Sunderland, the Croat said he is 'in no way okay' with the errors his side are making. That said, Bilic insists the Upton Park outfit will strive to improve on them.
SB: "I am in no way OK with some of the mistakes we are making, and I'm not just talking about some of the goals we conceded..."— West Ham United FC (@whufc_official) October 3, 2015
SB: "... it is something we are working on, and something I am confident we will improve on very quickly."— West Ham United FC (@whufc_official) October 3, 2015
This was far from the Hammers' sharpest performance but they showed genuine character (not Brendan Rodgers character...) to claw back a point.
For Sunderland, everything's going wrong - and that kind of thing tends to happen when you're down at the bottom. Vice versa for West Ham, who picked up a point they didn't have too much of a right to. On that basis, they'll have no problems getting all three when they play well.