Peterborough United manager Darren Ferguson has paid tribute to striker Aaron Mclean.
The 25-year-old has been in sparkling form this term, leading the club and the League Two scoring charts with 23 goals.
Speaking to skysports.com, Posh boss Ferguson applauded the striker's attitude and ability after recovering from a serious injury last season.
"Aaron has been magnificent this season obviously, he's got 26 goals and I think people forget that he had a bad injury last season when he was out for four months and we weren't sure how he'd come back," he told skysports.com.
"He got through pre-season no problem and to be honest I probably wanted to give him a rest but I just can't because of the form he's in.
"He's a finisher, he scores all different sorts of goals but his energy levels and his work rate are fantastic and he never gives defenders peace so he's done really well and Craig Mackail-Smith is similar as well."
The Former Grays Athletic striker's form has been so good this term that he has been linked a number of times with a move away from London Road, with a reported bid from Leicester City lodged in January.
But Ferguson told skysports.com that this simply was not the case and quashed any speculation that might see Mclean leave the club in the summer.
"We're a club that don't have to sell, there's been a little bit of interest without there being any official offers but we feel that Aaron can get to where he wants to get to with Peterborough United."