The Manchester City juggernaut is still moving forward at full speed and shows absolutely no sign of stopping.
Pep Guardiola's side turned in yet another ridiculously good performance against one of the Premier League's top-six, beating Tottenham 4-1 at the Etihad.
The Cityzens played Mauricio Pochettino's men off the mark for the entirety of the game, with Kevin de Bruyne turning in yet another man of the match display.
After their win over Manchester United at Old Trafford last weekend and their 4-0 demolition of Swansea in midweek, City now sit 14 points ahead at the top.
After the game, the City players were naturally in a celebratory mood and there was only one man who was going to capture all the action; Benjamin Mendy.
Now, the French left-back may be out until April with a serious knee injury, but that doesn't mean he's not at the forefront of the party.
And, his latest Instagram story captured something brilliant in the City dressing room.
If you're Mourinho or a fan of the 'Special One', probably best not to watch.
If you did miss it, the City players were chanting 'park the bus', which was also sung by the City fans at Old Trafford last week.
The way Guardiola's team dismantled United's bus was textbook and after their heated tunnel brawl, they clearly wanted to antagonise their bitter rivals further.
After their Spurs victory, the manager was in a very positive mood and his assessment of De Bruyne's performance typified just how highly he rates the Belgian.
PEP ON KDB
"It was solid, good, against one team demanding to be intense without the ball," Guardiola told BT Sport.
"They have good quality, but we played really good to beat one of the strongest teams in the Premier League.
"We are such a humble team, as you can see in the performance today from Kevin De Bruyne. You cannot imagine how well he plays with the ball, but you also see how he runs.
"He gives us the chance to show others how one of the best players runs like a player in the Conference, and when this happens it's easier for the manager of the club."
I wonder if Pep was involved in the chanting?