The Levante fairy tale continues. The league's least resourced club won their fifth game in succession at the weekend, a 3-0 home victory against a Malaga side who probably pay their ball boys more than Levante pay their coach.
Levante have never enjoyed such a run in their entire history and sit second in the table, ahead of Real Madrid and level on points with Barcelona. Levante are unbeaten and boast the best defence in Spain, with just three goals conceded. Having beaten Real and Malaga, they can't be accused of fluking it either.
And what makes it more remarkable is that they sold their best player, former Manchester City striker Felipe Caicedo, in the summer to Lokomotiv Moscow for €7.5 million (Dh37.8m).
Levante's revival in the second half of last season when they rose from a relegation position to the top half of the table was put down to Caicedo's goals. They have shown that they are far more than a one-man team though with win after win.
What a shame then that just 13,000 fans - just over half the capacity of their ageing stadium - paid to watch the game against Malaga. Levante have always been Valencia's second team, but there are plenty of fans who claim that they don't watch the team any more because they are routinely rubbish. Time to get out of your armchair and to the stadium because they are anything but.
Can Levante carry on? We'll find out on Sunday when they visit big spending but struggling, neighbours, Villarreal.