Blackpool boss Ian Holloway is still pinching himself over the way they have performed this season.
They already have six victories under their belt - four of them on the road - thanks to a win-at-all-cost mentality.
Holloway said: "Football is wonderful and I was out of it for a year. I am always going to try and win a match no matter what the score is. My lads enjoy that.
"You need to give people a chance. Take Ian Evatt. I had him at QPR and we did not get on. It didn't work for us.
"But now it is pleasure to be where I am in my career and asking the players to pass the ball. That is what they like."