Wolves striker Benik Afobe says he believes he is finding form again despite now going three league games without a goal.
Afobe played all 90 minutes in the impressive 3-0 away win at Fulham, with Adam Le Fondre, Sheyi Ojo and James Henry scoring the goals.
After the game the former Arsenal youngster reached out to fans to express his delight at the result, and reflect on his own performance.
Afobe has three goals in 10 Championship appearances this season, but just one strike in the last six. He remains a must pick for manager Kenny Jackett, whose options have been limited by the serious knee injury suffered by Nouha Dicko.
The win at Fulham takes Wolves back into the top 10 on goal difference, and they sit just three points off the play-off spot.
Afobe was bright in attack, heavily involved touching the ball 67 times, almost twice as many as Fulham forward Ross McCormack (34) managed.
The Wolves ace had four shots on goal, managing three on target, and completed 85.5 per cent of his passes.