Aldershot forward Marvin Morgan has hailed the impact strike partner Wade Small has had since breaking into the side recently.
Former Sheffield Wednesday winger Small has notched five goals in his last seven games for the Shots.
Morgan has been impressed by Small, but has warned that other players need to help the 26-year-old fire the Shots back up the table after a recent dip in form.
"In pre-season a lot of people thought that I would be the one who scored all the goals because of how many I got during pre-season, but that brings a lot of pressure with it," Morgan told skysports.com.
"It is never good for a side to rely on one person to score the goals, so it has relieved a lot of that pressure with Wade scoring a few recently.
"We need a few more people chipping in really and as long as that happens we should be fine.
"Wade is on fire at the minute and can't stop scoring and I'm really happy for him. It took him a while to get his chance and he has shown in recent weeks what he can do when given the opportunity.
"If I can start chipping in with a few goals myself as well then we can hopefully get this club climbing back up towards that top seven again because that is ultimately where we want to be at the end of the season again."