Derby County's talisman Kris Commons admits he is pleased with his recent goalscoring prowess.
Commons was the difference at Ipswich on Tuesday night as his double secured a 2-0 victory for the Midlands club to take his personal tally to nine for the season.
And the attacking midfielder, who is currently holding talks over a new deal at Pride Park, has pledged to continue finding the net for Nigel Clough's side.
"It's becoming quite a regular habit," he told the club's official website.
"It's nice, the first one was a little deflection but the second one was clear cut and it's just nice to be in the right areas to score them sort of goals.
"It was instinct really, things you don't practice but it just comes naturally in training when you know exactly where you need to put the ball.
"When you're on a bit of a roll you get them lucky breaks and for me it went straight in the bottom corner."