Another day, another win.
5-0 away from home is never to be sniffed at, but we also can't ignore one or two things lurking in the background.
Jullien still had a few shaky moments for me. Hopefully, Duffy will sort that out over the coming weeks and months because, for me, CJ ain't no leader.
Despite his size, he is not an imposing figure at the back, whereas Duffy is. You only have to look at the way he cleaned Jullien out when he headed home his debut goal to realise he's going to be a reliable sort all over the pitch.
I'll forgive Duffy his momentary lapse at the back as this is only his third match since January. Can't wait to see him fully up to speed.
The disappointing thing about the game for me yesterday was Lennon's refusal to give more time to Turnbull and Soro. The match was over as a contest at half-time and they could've definitely done with some more minutes on the pitch. I would hate to see a talent like Turnbull go the same way as some of the other young Scots we've had over the years.
Thought Jamesy looked a bit out of sorts yesterday as well. Lennon obviously wanted Frimpong on the pitch which meant that Elyounoussi made way on the left for JF.
For me, Forrest either plays on the right or not at all. Elyounoussi is the only guy for the left-hand side of the attack at present. He has won me over completely with his performances this season and shoehorning JF into the team on the left at his expense will cost us dearly at some point if NL carries on with this particular tactic.
All in all, a very satisfying 3pts and it's on to another away game at St Mirren on Wednesday which will mean that we've played only two home games from our first six matches.
I was gutted to hear that Sevco has already picked up the first trophy of the season although I must admit I hadn't even heard of the Clean Sheet Cup until I read about it in the media.