Someone raised the point that "we keep saying 'we're not at our best yet', but when are we?" And it does seem like we've been saying this for a long time now. We were saying it through a lot of last season, and all of this. "Imagine what we'll be like when we're on form", but again, it's not something we're seeing. And I'm not just talking about one or two games where we'd tear teams apart (Wolves and Bolton last season, Blackburn the season before), but a consistent run of games where we'd look unbeatable. Of course we had that unbeaten run two seasons ago, but it was a run that saw us win one of our first seven away games, and all I heard is that we've won it by being less shit than everyone else. Which was a valid point in some respects. Chelsea had thrown themselves out of the title race in December, City weren't ready, and Arsenal predictably tailed off. Last season we had the record of consecutive wins - 8. But in there you had the game against Tottenham, where they were probably the better team, yet we somehow took a 3-0 lead. The Norwich game where again, I'd say we were outplayed and won thanks to a stoppage time winner from Giggs. Although we looked good in this period, we never looked to be that ruthless, clinical machine we have been.