Daniel Sturridge revelled in his latest heroics for Bolton Wanderers in the 2-0 win over Everton.
The England Under-21 striker, on loan from Chelsea, grabbed his third goal in as many appearances for the Trotters to help Owen Coyle's side remain in the hunt for a European place.
And Sturridge, who joined the Whites in the January transfer window for the rest of the season, admits he is enjoying playing a starring role with a Premier League club.
"I'm just delighted to be playing regular football, I'm enjoying my football here and now I'm looking forward to the next game," he told Sky Sports HD1.
"The manager's instilled a lot of confidence in me, he's told me to go out and play my normal game, to shoot, to dribble and just show everybody what I'm about."
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is another player to benefit from a spell under Coyle's management with the Lancashire club, having spent time on loan there last season before making his breakthrough with the Gunners and England this term.
He was at his former stomping ground to watch Sunday's game and Sturridge continued: "Jack's different class, I spoke to him today and he said it's a good club and to see him here today shows the affection he still has for the club. We're good friends and I'm glad he's doing so well."
Defender Gary Cahill, whose deflected header set Wanderers on their way at the Reebok Stadium, said: "It was a good collective performance today, there were good individual performances and we got the right result.
"A few results went for us yesterday so it's good that we capitalised, I think we're just a point behind Sunderland now and we just have to keep our heads down and get on with our work."