Eintracht Frankfurt coach
Frankfurt has made a perfect start to life back in the top flight with two wins out of two.
A 4-0 win at Hoffenheim a fortnight ago even prompted Veh to say he would be "disappointed" if his side did not going on to win the title this season.
What may have seemed nothing more than an off-the-cuff remark was meant seriously, though, by a man who already created one Bundesliga upset by leading an unfancied Stuttgart to the title in 2007.
He sees no reason why Frankfurt cannot be the revelation of 2013 and said prior to his side's home game against Hamburg on Saturday: "Why should I put the brakes on? Why should I dampen the euphoria? Why should we not be happy?"
"If we can get more than we already have, then of course we will get it."
Such expectations may be rare in
Their 6-0 win over Stuttgart last time out was a warning to the rest of the league that it means business after two trophyless seasons, but its bogey team is about to arrive at the Allianz Arena.
Mainz has beaten Bayern three times in its last six meetings, drawing one and losing two, so the Bavarian side cannot take another three points for granted on Saturday.
Waiting in the wings for either of the top two to slip up are six other clubs that have made an unbeaten start to the season.
Four of those, Borussia Monchengladbach and Nurnberg and Dortmund and Bayer Leverkusen, go head to head on Saturday while Hannover hosts Bremen in a northern
Hoffenheim claimed a vital 3-1 win against second-tier Kaiserslautern in the first leg of the Bundesliga play-off.