Amidst continued speculation over his future at Chelsea, Frank Lampard believes that his impressive form of late is purely down to regular game-time.
Lampard capped off an incredible week on Saturday against Wigan with his 198th goal for the Blues, which also took his tally to nine in his last 14 club appearances.
The midfielder's clinical strike over the weekend came several days after his 27th goal in 94 appearances for England.
Conflicting media reports have claimed Blues owner Roman Abramovich is set to offer him a new deal at Stamford Bridge to extend his 12-year stay beyond the end of the 2012/13 campaign.
Yet, Lampard is merely happy to busy himself with his present commitments at the west London outfit, which has subsequently translated into a goal-scoring run of note.
"It's not rocket science: the more you play you get sharper and you get match fit," he told Chelsea TV.
"Since I've been able to play regularly I feel like I've got sharpness and the confidence.
"I'm 34, you still need confidence of playing regular games.
"It certainly helps me, to get flow in your game; you ask any player that, I'm not on my own there.
"When you're playing regularly and you do start playing well, scoring goals, whatever position you're in, it's enjoyable to keep playing and it helps.
"You have to have an eye on the squad - it is a long season - so I'm not expecting, or asking, to play every single game.
"(But) it seems to me recently I've been able to play every three or four days, I've enjoyed it."