Wolfsburg have the chance to make it four wins in a row this weekend, although they come up against a Borussia Dortmund side keen to bounce back from a midweek Champions League disappointment.
The Wolves last won four on the spin in March 2012, having gone on a similar run in 2010, the year after winning the Bundesliga title.
A repeat would mean becoming only the second team to take maximum points against Dortmund in the Bundesliga this season, but hard as that may be, it is their declared aim.
``We've got to impose ourselves and not allow too many avoidable mistakes because they tend to get punished by Dortmund,'' said coach Dieter Hecking.
``We don't just want to play a decent game against them, but we want it to be a successful one above all.
``We've got to take advantage of the moment. You can sense a certain degree of euphoria here.''
It can be sensed in Dortmund too, where their coach Jurgen Klopp is particularly concerned about Saturday's trip considering the spirits of his side after a 1-0 defeat to Arsenal on Wednesday.
``Wolfsburg are in a good position with some good players, all top quality,'' Klopp said. ``They're a good Bundesliga side who can beat anybody on their day and we've got to face up to them.''
As for his own team, Klopp knows that they ``can do better'' than they did in midweek.
``Some days, not everything comes off for you, like on Wednesday,'' he added. ``We've got to accept that our lads are only humans.
``Of course defeats leave you disappointed - me too - and we didn't go to bed in a jovial mood and we didn't wake up in one either.
``But we've got to put that behind us.''
One Dortmund player is bound to go to bed on Friday night and wake up on Saturday with a smile on his face. Goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller earned his first call-up to the Germany squad on Friday.
``I'm delighted by this invitation,'' he said on his club's website. ``It's further motivation for me to carry on working hard in future.''