At the age of 35, most strikers would be restricted to a game here and there, particularly if they are competing at the top level, but that is not the case for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Since moving to Manchester United on a free transfer in the summer, the former Sweden international has scored 17 goals in all competitions.
Thirteen of them have been netted in 19 Premier League appearances, while the remaining four have been split between the Europa League and EFL Cup.
Ibrahimovic had goalscoring pedigree when he signed on the dotted line for United, having nabbed 113 Ligue 1 goals during a four-year spell at PSG.
The forward, who has previously played for Barcelona and Juventus, had a drought midway through the first half of the season, but he is now back to firing ways.
From December onwards, Ibrahimovic has scored nine goals in all competitions, and he has found himself at the top of the shooting charts in Europe, according to Squawka.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has had more shots (86) than any other player in Europe's top 5 league so far this season.
Letting fly. pic.twitter.com/iKzgv2i5bz
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) January 9, 2017