Orange Emus have been a model of consistency in 2020.
Consistent in performance. Consistent in attitude. Be consistently ruthless.
So it's not surprising to see their goal ahead of the final Blowes Clothing Cup regular season game on Saturday in Dubbo is another constant - improve.
Pete Bromley's undefeated pack will look to close out the regular season with its eighth consecutive win which would put the finishing touches on a clinical campaign from the 2018 champions.
And it's not just the coach who's constantly got his sights set on improvement, it's the entire playing group.
Electric outside back Lachie Harris spoke about the team's goals on Friday and how the boys are shaping up ahead of the road trip to Dubbo.
"The mood's good around the team," Harris said.
"We're all on the same page and we all know we aren't where we know we can be yet.
"We hold ourselves in a really high regard and we all know we can be better than what we have been."
There's no better way to improve than to face off against quality opposition and Saturday's clash with the Kangaroos is one that Harris knows will be challenging.
The men in green took out the Roos 20-7 at Endeavour Oval but it's always trickier playing Dubbo away from home.
"This is a stronger Dubbo side than what we've seen in previous years," he said.
"Last time we played them it was wet and we couldn't do much with the ball so it's still unknown to a degree.
"But they're flying high and they should be pretty fresh ... they haven't played much footy lately and shouldn't have too many sore bodies."
Harris is set to play inside centre alongside Nigel Staniforth and says the side's chemistry is still a work-in-progress.
"Last week was the first time we've had that backline since round one," he said.
"There were a few teething problems for us but we're coming closer to where we'd like to be.
"We're just looking for continuity."
No matter what happens at Apex Oval on Saturday, the Emus will host a semi-finals match against whoever finishes fourth and even though three sides could land in that spot, Harris doesn't care who they play.
"We don't worry about who we come up against," he said.
"Our focus is on us and what we need to do."
Kick-off is at 3.15pm.
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