Caltex Socceroo Aziz Behich is having a fabulous season in the Turkish Super Lig, and the stats back it up.
With former Oman national coach Paul Le Guen at the helm, Bursaspor are fifth on the Turkish ladder.
This season, the Green Crocodiles are pushing some of the biggest names in Turkish club football, including Besiktas, Fenerbahce and Galatasaray, and playing some very exciting football.
Bursaspor, from the city of Bursa, have scored 27 goals of which five are credited to their Australian international Behich.
In fact, Behich's shot conversion is better than anyone else in the Turkish Super Lig - including former English Premier League striker Emanuel Adebayor.
There's little doubt that right now, Behich, 26, is in fantastic form.
And the Melbourne-born star will be a key member of the Socceroos at the next World Cup in Russia, where they'll France, Denmark and Peru in Group C.
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