Billy Sharp admits he has rediscovered his appetite for football at Doncaster Rovers and has no plans to cut short his loan spell.
The striker scored for the fifth game in a row on Saturday as he grabbed the only goal of the game as Rovers beat Bristol City at home.
Sharp is on a season-long loan at Doncaster from Sheffield United after struggling to secure a regular place in Kevin Blackwell's side at Bramall Lane.
He is enjoying his time at the Keepmoat Stadium and his form has even led to fans urging Rovers boss Sean O'Driscoll to sign the 23-year-old permanently.
"I'm not going anywhere until the end of the season," said Sharp.
"My appetite is back for football, I've got a smile and the fans have been great to me
"I was going into training every day knowing I was getting nothing out of it. I was on the bench and not getting on, or just not involved again.
"This was the best we've played since I've been here to be honest."