Burton Albion boss Paul Peschisolido believes there is still more to come from Brewers striker Billy Kee.
Kee continued his impressive scoring form by making it four goals in his last five starts with the winning strike against Bristol Rovers on Saturday.
The Northern Ireland Under-21 international striker clinched a 2-1 victory for Albion after Cleveland Taylor had cancelled out the lead given to the Pirates by Matt Harrold.
Peschisolido praised Kee's goalscoring instincts, but insists the summer signing from Torquay still needs to work on his fitness.
"Billy gets us goalscorer's goals. You get balls in the box and he gets himself into the right place," Peschisolido told the Burton Mail. "He's a great finisher - it's anticipation, something you can't coach into players.
"But we still need a heck of a lot more from him in terms of his overall play. I don't think his fitness levels are where they should be and we need to get him up to scratch in that respect. We'll keep working on him, but in terms of getting goals he's doing fantastic."