Josh Brownhill determined to become a record-breaker with Burnley in the Championship
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No side has ever won more than 10 games in succession in Championship history.
But the Clarets are just one win away from being the first team to do so since the division's rebrand in 2004.
They'll stand as the out-and-out record-holders should they find a way past Watford, who are the only team to prevent the league leaders from scoring this term.
"They're records we want to break, we're in really good form, so hopefully there are many more wins to come and more goals for the fans to see," said Brownhill.
The 27-year-old is also setting new markers from an individual perspective this season having already bettered his previous best statistics in terms of goal contributions.
The ex-Bristol City man is now on 12, having assisted Nathan Tella for the first of his hat-trick against the Lilywhites, and he's hopeful that number will continue to rise.
He said: "I'm really enjoying it. I'm always wanting to improve and affect games going forward. I'd like to have a few more goals, but I'll keep chipping away with the assists and hopefully there'll be more to come before the end of the season."