Tottenham meet Manchester United at the weekend and come Saturday night, we'll have a far better idea of just how well Harry Redknapp has done since taking over.
A game against the reigning champions is a good yardstick of success and I fancy Spurs to get something from the game at White Hart Lane.
You can't argue with what Harry's done so far - eight wins in 11 games is as impressive a record as anyone could have hoped for a couple of months ago.
Before Harry arrived, Spurs were down and out, but it's amazing what a change in management can do and since he took over Spurs have been a completely different side. He has even managed to get something approaching the best out of Luka Modric.
And with United recently proving that even they can struggle to break down some opposition, perhaps this is a good time for Spurs to take them on.
Harry's resurrection of the club has been helped by the unusual makeup of the top flight this season; outside the top five or six it's incredibly tight and everyone is capable of beating each other.
With two-thirds of the league so closely knitted together, Spurs have been able to keep in touch with the rest of the table, despite their terrible start to the season - they are already within striking distance of the UEFA Cup places.
That said, this season is still all about damage limitation and consolidation for Spurs.
But Harry has already shown that he is enjoying managing a big club and at Spurs I believe he will have a chance of qualifying for the Champions League sooner rather than later.
In the next two years he'll want to push the club on and I think he's definitely the man to do that - I can see them competing with Aston Villa by next season.
We know that Harry can talk the talk, but a result against United would do much to prove he can also walk the walk.