The Everton bandwagon is looking pretty crowded at the moment following another solid performance in the Premier League.
Currently second in the Premier League, Everton were able to bounce back from a horrendous performance away at Leeds United in the Capital One Cup with a comfortable 3-1 victory over newly promoted Southampton at Goodison Park.
Everton have not reached these heady heights since their fourth-place finish in 2005, and although it is early in the season, Everton fans can't help but wonder what is to come.
While some naysayers are adamant that the bubble will eventually burst, Everton are playing the most attractive football in the Premier League at the moment and show no signs of slowing down.
With Wigan and QPR as their next opponents, Evertonians everywhere are praying this form last until, at least the end of October, as they host Liverpool in the Merseyside Derby.
There is no reason that this form shouldn't last the season as Everton can build on their early success and finish in the top four, seven years after they broke the monopoly of the traditional Big Four.