Everton defender Phil Jagielka is high on the buzz of successful domestic and European campaigns.
The 25-year-old is playing out of his skin, helping Everton into the last 16 of the Uefa Cup and into fourth in the Premier League.
Tasting such success is a world away from last season when Jagielka was facing a relegation battle playing for Sheffield United.
Relishing the situation, Jagielka said: "Confidence is breeding confidence, winning games like we are.
"We have scored eight in our last two games so we all go home happy, happy people and can't wait to get back in for more training.
"You can't beat a bit of confidence, and it is flying high at the moment.
"If we can keep picking up points in the league and continue in Europe like we are, it will be a great end to the season."
He added: "European success is having a knock-on effect in our domestic matches. The proof is there.
"The lads seem to be able to handle the matches, they are coming thick and fast, so long may it continue.
"It's good to have a steady stream of games. If you win a match and then have a couple of weeks off, you lose that buzz around the place. Winning games in succession is the best feeling."
Everton face league rivals Manchester City in a crucial clash at Eastlands on Monday.
He added: "Manchester City have had a tremendous season, their home form is excellent but if we keep our form going there, it will be a real boost for our own objectives.
"Last season, they didn't score enough goals and their home form suffered. But now they have bought some strikers and they are winning.
"They are playing with confidence, and with that, anything is possible."