WOW, wow, wow. Where do you start with that?

I thought the win over Leicester City was a cracking result but to follow that up with a performance and result of that magnitude at Old Trafford was just incredible.

I said a couple of weeks ago that I wasn’t sure where the points were going to come from on this current run but we’ve picked up six points from the three games we’ve played since.

The second half against Leicester last Sunday showed what we are capable of and it only adds to the frustration that we’ve not been able to produce that level consistently so far this term.

The one at Manchester United on Wednesday, however, was another level.

Sean Dyche has treated us to some big wins over the last few years but I’m not sure any will rank as high as the 2-0 success at Old Trafford.

It’s our first win there since 1962 and we did it while looking so, so comfortable against a United side which has faded so much they’re barely relevant any more.

To a man, every player in all blue was magnificent and we may as well cancel any discussion over goal of the season because Jay Rodriguez has that award wrapped up.

We were already comfortable thanks to Chris Wood’s first half goal – and some superb defending – but Jay’s strike – a thunderbolt past a despairing David De Gea was the absolute icing on the cake.

I’m not sure he’ll ever strike a ball as well again in his life!

These two wins have certainly helped turn our outlook on the season around somewhat but, as ever, it will count for nothing if we don’t push on from here.

The FA Cup tie with Norwich City on Saturday provides us with an excellent – and rare – chance to progress in the competition and I would say that a cup run at this stage can only be a good thing.

And then we have the visit of Arsenal – and what a time to be playing them!

A bit like United, they’re a team in transition and even though they have a new boss in Mikel Arteta, things aren’t going that well for the Gunners.

Having put our Old Trafford hoodoo to bed - after throwing away 2-0 leads on our last two visits - how good would it be to get one up on the Gunners?

After a few refereeing injustices in recent years – to paraphrase a former Newcastle United boss - I would love it if we beat them!

Bring it on.