Harry Redknapp is looking for Jermain Defoe to click into top goalscoring form for the rest of the season.
The striker admitted before Sunday's FA Cup tie against Charlton that he'd never known such a frustrating season with injury and suspension restricting him to just 12 appearances so far.
But he was back with a bang against the Addicks with a double-strike to help fire us into the fourth round and set-up a trip to Fulham.
"It was great to see Jermain back and hopefully he'll have a good second half of the season," said Harry.
"He had the injury with England, missed a few months then came back and got sent off. He needs to kick-start his season now.
"If he can go on a run now and weigh in with 11, 12 goals - which he's capable of - it could make a big difference for us."