Leeds United striker Chris Wood is so high on confidence he must believe he is the world's best at present, former Whites forward Noel Whelan feels.
Wood has powered Leeds' push for promotion this season, overcoming the injury troubles which dogged him last term to play week in, week out for Garry Monk's men.
The New Zealand international is scoring for fun in the Championship, making a mockery of the £3m Leeds splashed out to sign him from Leicester City in the summer of 2015, and he was again on target on Saturday, helping himself to a brace as Monk's side put Brighton to the sword in a 2-0 win.
Whelan, who was watching on for BBC Radio Leeds, saw a man simply oozing with confidence.
"He just looks the complete centre forward right now – his movement, his chasing, his positioning", Whelan said.
"He's on track for 30 goals in a season, which is phenomenal.
"He must think he's the best striker in the world, in his head – and I wouldn't argue with him!"
Wood has netted 27 goals in all competitions for Leeds in the current campaign and the jury is out on how many the 25-year-old could end up with by the time the Whites kick their final ball this season.
Leeds have him locked down on a contract until the summer of 2019.