Kilmarnock, despite going for a third victory on the bounce today, are not yet satisfied.
"It would be fantastic to win again and again," Pascali admitted. "The last time we had two wins in a row . . . I cannot remember. Something looks like it is changing because we didn't concede goals in the last two games. We are performing with confidence. It would be fantastic to achieve something in the next two games."
He had a warning, though, for those over-exuberant supporters who might let out a sigh of relief, peer down their noses at stricken Hearts and start to put their feet up at Rugby Park. With two tough away games to come - against Inverness Caledonian Thistle and St Johnstone - Allan Johnston's side could find themselves again sinking in the mire.
"We are back, but we still haven't done anything, because nine points in 11 games is still not good enough," said Pascali. "The position we are in is nothing. If we lose the next two games and Hearts or St Mirren get results then we will be at the same point we were two weeks ago. There are more than 20 games left, so there is no point having two good results and thinking we're safe."
Pascali has been playing on these shores for five years now, and has become a cheeky bastion of the Ayrshire end of the Scottish game. He has also long ago learned the correct way to answer questions about a weekend trip to Inverness. "It's a tough place to go," the Italian midfielder admitted.
Dean Brill has not been in Scotland for as long, signing as he did on loan from Luton Town in the summer. But the Inverness goalkeeper also knows the truth of that statement, having kept goal during an exceptional home start to the season, marred only by last week's reverse against Partick Thistle. Brill admitted yesterday he would like to stay in the Highlands beyond Christmas. "I am loving it here," he said. "I am enjoying playing every week and every player will tell you that is key. Things are being assessed at the moment and, hopefully, it will get sorted. I am happy to stay here and have a cup semi-final to look forward to."
The 27-year-old has his sights firmly set on reclaiming second place in the SPFL Premiership. "We were doing well in the game against Ross County and with the boost of the cup victory we go into the Kilmarnock game full of confidence," he said. "We have slipped out of second spot but we can get back up there - and we still have a game in hand. We are looking to get all three points at home."