To say Harry Kane has been on fire lately would be selling the England international terribly short.
The Tottenham striker has eight goals in his last six games - including a pair of hat-tricks - and that hot form earned him the Premier League Player of the Month for February.
Spurs are going strong, too. The white half of north London sits joint second in the Premier League just ahead of Manchester City on goal difference.
However, they are still 10 points behind league leaders Chelsea and they suffered an early exit from the Europa League at the unlikely hands of Belgian side Gent.
Mauricio Pochettino's men have a rather kind-looking run of fixtures on the horizon, though, and if they maintain their good form in the league there is every reason to believe they can secure themselves Champions League football next term.
And potentially finally finish above fierce rivals Arsenal.
Kane now has 24 goals in 28 games in all competitions this season, but what has been behind his scolding-hot February form?
"Well, my diet has kind of changed since January," Kane told Sky Sports. "I have got a new chef who I have been working with to help with my nutrition to get me a bit leaner and a bit quicker and stuff. So that seems to be working.
"But, of course, as always there is my teammates as well. When you got people like [Christian] Eriksen and [Dele] Alli behind me and the guys backing them up as well, they are creating all the chances for me. So, I'm just there putting them in the back of the net so, of course, I give all my thanks to my teammates."
Nutrition is a hugely important part of football in this day and age and the days of the 'Arsenal Tuesday club' are long gone.
Conditioning has become just as important as anything else in football and with the high tempo of the game in England, it's no wonder Kane is looking for a sharper edge and perhaps, an extra yard.
Whatever the 23-year-old is eating, it's definitely working.
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