Colin Montgomerie has said he thinks he can still be part of golf's elite, despite not recording a European Tour top ten finish in three years.
"I believe that I can win again – I need to win again because I want to get back into the top 50 in the world and I want to compete at the very highest level again," he told Wales Online.
He added that the quickest way to achieve this is by winning, so perhaps he'll be donning his lucky golf clothing for the next few matches.
Montgomerie led the European team to victory over Corey Pavin's US side in the Ryder Cup last October.
Playing at the Sicilian Open this week, Montgomerie showed that he has not lost his touch with a golf club, shooting 69 despite a shaky start which saw him bogeying the first two holes.
"It was a terrible start," he told the Express. "So I have to be happy with myself for the way I battled back."