He’s targeting a third league win on the bounce, but Csaba Laszlo is taking nothing for granted when Dundee United head for Alloa today.
As the only part-time team in the second tier, Jim Goodwin’s Wasps are favourites for the drop.
But a Betfred Cup draw at Tannadice last month and a similar outcome in the league at Inverness a week ago, tells Csaba they’re not an outfit to be taken likely.
“Alloa is a dangerous team and, again, you have an artificial pitch. They had really a good result up in Inverness.
“For Alloa, it is important to win games at home and, for us, it is also very important to keep going and win games away.
“You just have to look at the last few games and you see everyone is capable of beating everyone.
“For this reason, at this part of the season you must be really concentrated on the next game. I have forgotten the game against Partick Thistle.
“We are just concentrating on the game against Alloa and this is the most important for us this week.”
United expect to have Nicky Clark back in the squad after his Achilles problem.
And, after his brief appearance late on against Partick, full-back Callum Booth could come into the reckoning for a place in the starting line-up.
Meanwhile, while he remains some way off a place in the first team, winger Billy King could get a run-out in the reserves before too long.
The former Hearts and Rangers man has not featured at all this term after being struck down by a thigh problem on the first day of pre-season training.
Captain Fraser Fyvie is also progressing well.