Leading JCB Triumph Hurdle contender We Have A Dream could have another run before the Cheltenham Festival in March.

Connections of the Nicky Henderson-trained four-year-old are considering an outing in either the Victor Ludorum Juvenile Hurdle at Haydock or the Scottish Triumph Hurdle at Musselburgh.

We Have A Dream made it three wins from as many starts since joining the Seven Barrows handler when he landed a first Grade One victory at Chepstow on Saturday.

Anthony Bromley, racing manager for owners Simon Munir and Isaac Souede, told Press Association Sport: “We are pleased with We Have A Dream now that he has won a Grade Two and a Grade One.

“We are certainly going to consider another run before Cheltenham but he doesn’t have to have one. He seems to have taken his last race nicely.

“There is the Victor Ludorum or the Scottish Triumph Hurdle as I would say the Adonis at Kempton is getting too close to Cheltenham.

“If Nicky Henderson thinks he doesn’t need to run again before Cheltenham then he won’t have another run as the main aim is the Triumph Hurdle.

“He has got experience and he is a good jumper and we know that he is not ground-dependent. It was nice for him to have done it differently on Saturday.

“The second horse (Sussex Ranger) looked really nice and they were positive going into it. I would think they are probably two above-average horses.”