Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri has credited his growing maturity for his improved form this season.
The France international was influential for the Gunners as he fired a superb brace to seal their 2-1 triumph at home to Fulham on Saturday and send them top of the Premier League.
That double takes Nasri's goal tally this season to 11 in all competitions, and the 23-year-old feels his recent prowess in front of the net is down to his development as a player.
"When I'm in front of a goalkeeper I am more relaxed now," Nasri told The Independent.
"Before I felt too much pressure to score, I wanted it too much maybe. Now I don't worry as much.
"I'm more at ease in the game and I'm not just looking for goals, I'm looking to work for the team.
"I think I'm more mature in my football game. I think more with my head."