Ipswich winger Carlos Edwards has hailed his current form as he bids to make his mark at Portman Road.
The 31-year-old struggled to make an impact with the Tractor Boys last term after switching from Sunderland in a £1.35million transfer deadline day move.
But the Trinidad & Tobago star now feels he is rediscovering his best form after coming out all guns firing this term.
He told the club's official website: "I know I had to make up for lost ground with the way that I performed and I came out all guns firing, because I had something to prove not just to myself but to my family, the manager and the fans.
"But so far, I'm getting back to the player that I was."