His team are flying but Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara expects nothing other than a tough time when Ross County head for Tannadice.
United are looking to make it six wins on the bounce, while the Staggies want to break a seven-match streak without a victory.
That will make this one a home banker on most coupons but the Tangerines gaffer is taking nothing for granted.
“Similar to the last couple of games, the expectation is there because of the results we’ve had recently but it’s not just a matter of turning up,” he said.
“County haven’t had as successful a time as last year but they’ll be looking to turn the corner and make it difficult for us.”
United go in with happy memories of the last time the teams met.
They won 4-2 in Dingwall in September to kick-start their season.
“We were 4-0 up after 70 minutes before they came back into it and got a couple of goals.
“That aspect was disappointing but it was a very good performance.”
United expect doubtful pair Gavin Gunning and Keith Watson to make the squad.
Gunning was back training with the rest of the players yesterday, while Watson was doing likewise this morning.
Season ticket holders can bring along a “friend for a fiver” and the Jerry Kerr Stand will be open to home fans.