Huddersfield Town are sitting pretty at the top of the Championship – for the first time in almost 17 years.
David Wagner’s side have a two-point advantage at the summit after beating Barnsley 2-1.
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And they will aim to hold onto the leadership by beating Wolves at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday.
Town have 10 points after three wins and a draw from their first four league games.
Brighton and Hove Albion, Saturday’s visitors Wolves, Norwich City and Fulham are all on eight points.
Brighton go to Newcastle United on Saturday evening, taking boss Chris Hughton back to one of his old stomping grounds.
In the afternoon, Norwich visit Birmingham City while Fulham are at Blackburn Rovers.
Steve Bruce was manager last time Town topped the second tier in December 1999.
A goal by Clyde Wijnhard clinched a 1-0 home over QPR to earn the leadership.
This was the season the third round of the FA Cup took place before Christmas.
Town were beaten 2-0 by Liverpool before a John Smith’s Stadium record attendance of 23,678.
But they bounced back with a 3-1 home win over Grimsby Town (Wijnhard scored twice and Marcus Stewart got the other) to stay top of what was then Division I.
The controversial £2.75m February sale of Stewart to divisional rivals Ipswich Town undermined Bruce’s promotion challenge.
Town finished eighth, two points off the play-offs, after losing their last two games, at home to Stockport County and away to Fulham.
Under Peter Jackson, Town had two spells at the top of the table the previous season, 1998/99, when they finished 10th.