To go up to Inverness and get a victory is something that I don't think too many teams will do this season. So to come away from there with all three points last weekend only to find that all anyone wanted to talk about was 'cornergate' was a bit disappointing.
I honestly feel that it overshadowed what was a superb performance and result from us.
Still, the points are on the board and as we approach the end of the first quarter I have to say that both myself and Alan Archibald are really pleased at the manner in which the team have adapted to the demands of the top flight.
Aside from Aberdeen, I don't think there is anyone who has really given us a going over.
We have held our own and if we can maintain the standard that we have set for ourselves then I think we will be all right.
People will look to Sunday's game and write us off, but I am quite confident our lads will have something to say about that.
We are a match for anyone on our own turf - which might sound strange as we are still waiting for our first win of the season at Firhill, but I feel confident we'll give a good account of ourselves.
We want the boys to go out and play with freedom because the pressure is off. These aren't games that we are expected to win so we'll go and try and enjoy it.
I was at Celtic Park with Alan on Tuesday night to watch Celtic beat Ajax and I thought it was a really good game. Celtic did well to hold their shape and when they did have the ball they made good use of it.
I don't think there is any doubt that they are an excellent side, the best in the country. But this is what it is all about. We managed to win promotion last season and the reward for that is that these are the games you get to look forward to.
I don't think the fact that Celtic played this week will give us any advantage at all. They are well used to coping with the demands of playing midweek in Europe and then playing in the league at the weekend and, if anything, they'll have got a lift from beating Ajax.
We have worked hard this week to prepare and try and organise ourselves for the game. We have been really pleased with the attitude and application of the squad in this opening quarter and so Sunday is a match that we are looking forward to rather than feeling any apprehension about.
I am sure we will have a great crowd inside Firhill and that always gives everyone a lift. Hopefully if we can stick to our own game plan then we can give our fans something to shout about.
The likes of Georgios Samaras and Fraser Forster are outstanding players, but this is our chance to go out and show what we can do as well.
We still have tickets available for home fans and they will be on sale at Firhill tomorrow from 9am-5pm and from 10am-4pm on Saturday. There will be NO ticket sales on Sunday.