Peterhead manager Jim McInally reckoned they could have reached double figures against Berwick Rangers.
The Blue Toon beat the Wee Gers 5-0 at Shielfield Park in an utterly dominant performance.
Jack Leitch and Rory McAllister had the visitors from Buchan 2-0 up in the first quarter-hour before Jason Brown added a third prior to half-time.
After the break Russell McLean and Jamie Stevenson also found the net as Peterhead triumphed.
McInally believes his side could actually have doubled their score such was their superiority on Saturday and rated the display as one of the best his men have produced so far this season.
He said: “Before the game I said to the players you don’t normally go to Shielfield Park and play well, you just go there to win.
“It’s always a tough place to go, but we did both – we won and we played really well.
“The scoreline never flattered us and it could have been 10-0.
“If you look at it is probably our best performance of the season.
“They were trying to play the ball out from the back but we were pressing them high and stealing possession.
“We had to work really hard to get where we did, but we did well and it was a really good performance.”
Something else that pleased McInally was having five different scorers, with the goals coming from all over the pitch. The Balmoor gaffer added: “Having lots of different scorers does please me.
“Although, we did miss a lot of chances – we could have really filled our boots.
“But we can’t complain about going away from home scoring five goals and our goalkeeper hasn’t had a save to make.
“It was really good day and it was great to see the goals spread about.”
Tomorrow, Peterhead face Edinburgh City at Ainslie Park in a top-of-the-table clash.
The capital side beat Annan 2-1 on Saturday to stay two points above the Blue Toon at the summit of League Two.
McInally said: “We couldn’t have asked for a better result ahead of Edinburgh – but that is a totally different game.
“We will prepare for that well, it’s a different game and an artificial surface.
“I would doubt Edinburgh will play like Berwick did, which makes things different.
“It’s a big week for us but it’s all about taking it one game at a time.
“Now we can move on to Tuesday and see how we get on.
“Our only doubt for the game is Paddy Boyle, who went over his ankle.
“But we managed to get him off at half-time against Berwick and we will see how he is ahead of the game against Edinburgh.”