Glenn Hoddle is backing his rampant Wolverhampton Wanderers strikeforce to maintain their red-hot goalscoring streak.
Carl Cort and Kenny Miller have both lost their place in the Wolves front line after barren runs this season and fingers had been pointed at their lack of output since manager Hoddle took charge, but the pair have responded in the only way possible by finding the net again.
They now have 29 goals between them for the season, six of which have come in Wolves' last two games and Hoddle hopes to keep cashing in when he lets the in-form duo loose on Preston North End at Deepdale tomorrow.
"When players are scoring like Kenny and Carl, you just want the next game to come as soon as possible," said Hoddle.
"For an away side to create as many chances as we have in the last two games is amazing. We know we won't get as much possession at Preston as we did at Crewe, but when we get the ball into danger areas, things are starting to happen.
"The two strikers are on a bit of a roll and there's no reason why they can't continue. I said to the big fella only today 'I bet you can't wait till Saturday'."
It's certainly no coincidence that Wolves look genuine promotion challengers again - and Cort admits his confidence is soaring.
"In a way, I was expecting it," said 13-goal Cort, dropped at Queens Park Rangers just over a fortnight ago. "I wasn't scoring and any striker is judged on the goals he scores. Kenny and I have had time together now and it's starting to show.
"I'm starting to read his game better, the partnership's going well and I feel a lot more threatening in the 18-yard box where I should be at my most dangerous."
Cort certainly showed that with last week's first-half brace at Crewe. It was an excellent response after the way the afternoon started for him, when his clumsy handball conceded an early penalty.
"We hadn't been getting many chances," he said. "But we spoke about how to make that right and we're now getting quality balls into the box and causing teams a lot of problems."
As for Cort's strike partner, the 16-goal Miller looks a different player to the unhappy Scot who had his number held up so often last season that he must have been close to getting a twitch, fuelling a summer transfer request.
But Hoddle admits the fact that he is still technically transfer-listed has never come up in conversation.
"Since I've been here, I've not even spoke to him about it and he's not mentioned it once to me and I think that says it all," said Hoddle."
"The fact that he asked for a transfer is in the past. He certainly hasn't given any signs to me that he's unhappy.
"You can see by the way he's playing and his demeanour in training that his attitude is spot on. He's worked tirelessly for the team and he's now getting his just rewards."
While Hoddle is pleased with the way his side have suddenly clicked into top gear, he is also aware that he still has one or two discontented players left on the sidelines.
To clear the decks for an intended midfield signing today, Hoddle got one of those off his books last night by agreeing the cut-price move of right-side operator Shaun Newton to West Ham United.
Signed from Charlton Athletic for £850,000 in August 2001, Newton eventually cost an overall £1 million as a result of Wolves' promotion to the Premiership two years ago.
He has now moved back to his native London for the seemingly derisory fee of £10,000 but, given that his contract was up at the end of the season and that Wolves can claim a significant add-on of £115,000 if West Ham win promotion, it may not prove such a bad bit of business.
Newton had made just four starts - all out of position - in Hoddle's 14 league games to date.
"He hasn't been in the first team in recent weeks and it's better for all parties if he can get a move and play somewhere else," said the Molineux boss