Wolves midfielder Jamie O'Hara is hoping he can continue to perform in his new role as an attacker 'in the hole'.
The former Tottenham man has hit form in the past four matches with three goals in all competitions for Wolves and admits he is loving the freedom of his roaming role behind solo striker Kevin Doyle.
"Playing in the hole, you get chances and if you get in the right areas at the right time, the ball does come to you," he told Express & Star.
"I've got an eye for a goal and hopefully I can just keep doing that and keep putting in good performances. I got another goal and hopefully now I can just keep getting on the scoresheet."