Four home wins on the trot now, three in the league, 15 tries scored in the process; all seem impressive enough stats, but NEC Harlequins head coach and Chief Executive Mark Evans knows that his side should have posted an even more impressive set of stats after Saturday's 18-9 victory over Bath.
"I thought that we should have beaten them by more," commented the Quins boss. "But after the first 20 minutes, when we were just so bad it wasn't funny, I couldn't see them scoring, to be brutally honest."
"We started to play better when we lost a man, and although they got three points we didn't look like conceding a try much when they had a man up. Then when we had a man up we made it pay, and we got our game going a little bit."
"We should have scored two or three more in the second half. I thought that Matt Moore should have gone straight for the line, instead of cutting inside when he got the intercept. I thought we should have walked it in along the left hand side when we ended up angling the ball forward for some bizarre reason."
"We got held up over the line on a set-play in the first half, and he (the referee) was absolutely right. I've seen it on the video and we didn't ground the ball but we should of, so I'm a bit disappointed that we only scored two tries. I know we have got our first choice kicker out, but Nathan Williams in the end kicked a pressure kick at the second time of asking."
The rotten weather certainly made things difficult for kickers, but a fit Paul Burke could have seen Quins stroll home earlier than they did.
"Paul Burke, in my opinion, is the best goal-kicker in the league," ventured Evans.
"When he is not in the team we are not going to convert as many of our kicking opportunities so we have to score tries."
"I think we should have scored more and I don't think our finishing in the last 60 minutes - and we didn't create anything for 20 minutes - but in the last 60 minutes we should have scored more than two."
"I was unhappy with the finishing but I don't want to be too critical, because the conditions were terrible but we did play a bit of football."
"They created pressure but not the same as creating some chances. They did some good stuff in the middle of the park that got them into areas that put us under pressure but either they turned it over or they gave away penalties, and as a result I can't remember them creating a chance such as when there was an overlap play or when there was a one on one and we never tried to make the tackle."
"Like football if you don't get your shots on goal you are never going to score."
During week commencing 22nd April Harlequins will launch an innovative, new Membership Scheme which will replace the existing Season Ticket Holder Programme. Further details of the scheme will be announced in due course.