Saturday's 3-2 victory at Wigan stretched Birmingham City's unbeaten run to six matches, elevating them to the lofty heights of eighth. But these are heady days for the Blues, both on and off the pitch, with their sudden burst of form coming on the back of Carson Yeung's takeover of the club in early October.
"People got excited when the new owners came in, and rightly so, and around about that point we started picking up points and doing well," said two-goal hero Sebastian Larsson.
"The feel-good factor is back. Confidence is sky high and everyone is obviously buzzing.
"We have shown for ourselves we're good enough for this league and we're good enough to do well.
"Compared to a couple of seasons ago, in this kind of game we would have conceded a goal and maybe not been able to have come back from it.
"But this season, we've the belief we can."