Harry Redknapp is targeting maximum points at Newcastle on Sunday.
We travel to St James Park for a 4pm kick-off on the back of four consecutive wins in the Premier League.
The home side are also in fine form, unbeaten after seven matches and sitting in a healthy fourth spot going into the weekend's fixtures.
It was suggested to the manager that a draw might be a good result. "In our last away games at Wolves and Wigan we've really looked to get at them and get the three points," said Harry.
"We will go to Newcastle hoping to pick up the three points.
"It will be tough but that's what we'll be looking to do."
Harry was full of praise for the Toon's start to the season. "Alan Pardew has done a great job and it's a great club.
"There will be 50,000 Geordies singing their hearts out and they live for their football.
"They are a strong team there. The midfield two are very strong, Tiote is strong, aggressive, a very good player, Jonas Gutierrez on the left is playing well at the moment and he's a threat.
"The front players work their socks off and Alan is getting the absolute maximum out of his team, so they will be dangerous, that's for sure."