Bury striker Andy Bishop feels he is returning to top form in front of goal after finding the net six times in the last six games.
The 29-year-old's double in the 2-0 victory at Oldham on Saturday, prompted suggestions he may be back to his best after two injury-ravaged campaigns.
And ahead of the FA Cup visit of Crawley this weekend, Bishop said he is getting into the goal-getting groove once more.
"I feel like I'm getting back to what I was a couple of years ago and hopefully I can keep scoring now," he told the Manchester Evening News.
"I just feels nice. I've got a smile on my face in training again and I'm playing, just doing what I love doing. I'm buzzing at the minute.
"Everyone knows the runs they (Crawley) have had in previous years, how they've spent big money and they've got a lot of players in - but we're confident. If they've watched us the last few weeks they should be worried about us."