Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has stressed he is not looking beyond Tuesday's Carabao Cup fourth-round clash with Wolves, warning that "any team can beat us".
With City having won 12 and drawn the other one of their 13 matches in all competitions so far, there has been plenty of talk about what they might go on to achieve this season.
And the Premier League leaders are certainly expected to make it through the home tie against Championship table-toppers Wolves and into the quarter-finals.
Guardiola is taking nothing for granted, though, and has emphasised the importance of thinking only one game at a time, with a "serious" approach for every fixture.
Guardiola made eight changes to his starting line-up for the third-round win at West Brom and it is anticipated he will shuffle his pack considerably again on Tuesday.
But he has indicated Sergio Aguero may keep his place in the first XI, and it could prove a special night for the Argentina striker.
Another goal for Aguero will see him break City's all-time goalscoring record, having moved alongside Eric Brook on 177 goals at the top of the list with his penalty in Saturday's 3-0 win over Burnley.
The likes of Claudio Bravo, Danilo, Eliaquim Mangala, Ilkay Gundogan and Yaya Toure may come into the side as they did against Albion.
There could also be involvement for 20-year-olds Oleksandr Zinchenko and Tosin Adarabioyo.
It remains unclear when Vincent Kompany might return from his latest injury, while Benjamin Mendy (knee) is sidelined long-term.