Canberra United star Nikola Orgill has fired a warning shot at their W-League rivals with the co-captain adamant the best is yet to come from their revamped attack.
It suggests a place in the top four isn't the only gift Canberra will be giving their fans with Christmas around the corner.
Because United have set their sights on bringing their attacking flair when they face the Brisbane Roar at McKellar Park on Thursday night.
Now supporters can get involved as the club links up with the Salvation Army in a toy drive with fans being encouraged to donate presents under a tree at the venue for those in need.
"It means a lot," Orgill said.
"We obviously really appreciate the community support we get at our games and to have an opportunity, especially around this time of year, to give back to the community, it means everything to us.
"It's a great opportunity for us. We got the opportunity to do it last year and there was a really good turnout. It's great to be able to help and give back to the community again this year."
Canberra will ride a wave of momentum into the Brisbane clash having opened their campaign with two wins from three games.
For a few moments it didn't seem as though that would be the case until Norwegian import Elise Thorsnes struck to get United home in a thrilling affair against Newcastle last week.
The best thing about it? The 31-year-old still has plenty left in the tank as Canberra eye a return to the finals.
"It's awesome. We haven't seen the best of her yet," Orgill said.
"She is still pretty jet-lagged, and for her to have a performance like that was really positive for the team. She's such an awesome player and person, we're really excited to have her back on board.
"That's the great thing about our team this year, we're very confident in our attack. If we can cut out those silly mistakes, it would have been a much easier job for us [against Newcastle], but we got there in the end."
W-LEAGUE ROUND FOUR
Thursday: Canberra United v Brisbane Roar at McKellar Park, 7.30pm.