Chesterfield frontman Drew Talbot says he is enjoying his football again after putting his injury woes behind him.
Talbot has been felled by serious back and knee injuries in the past but has rekindled his career with spells at Luton and now Chesterfield.
The Barnsley-born star is looking to find the net on a regular basis for John Sheridan's team as they launch a promotion push from League Two.
The Spireites currently sit second following an impressive start to the campaign and Talbot is hoping to prolong his injury-free run in the club's starting XI.
"I've had so many injuries that it has been silly but over the last few years I have been consistent," Talbot, 24, told skysports.com.
"You are always going to get little niggles here and there, but staying away from the long-term ones is the important thing.
"I set many targets for myself in terms of goals, but I'd like to get a few more when I can.
"I'm being used more as a winger this season by the gaffer, but I am really enjoying my football at the minute and long may that continue."
Chesterfield began the campaign in their sparkling new B2net Stadium after their exit from Saltergate and the transition has been a smooth one for the Derbyshire outfit.
Sheridan's team have amassed 19 points from their opening 10 outings and Talbot believes clubs in the lower divisions are benefitting from improved stadia.
And he reckons his team's arena - yet to see defeat for the hosts - deserves to be the venue for football of a higher calibre.
The former Sheffield Wednesday player explained: "There are a lot of clubs in this division that have upped their game by moving to a new stadium and I think that is the way clubs are going now.
"If we were lucky enough to get promotion this season, or even just be in the play-offs come the end of the season, then it would be fantastic to see more fans come through the turnstiles.
"The new stadium wouldn't look out of place in League One or even higher but it is up to us as players to maintain our good start to the season."