Huddersfield Town's increased fitness under David Wagner is paying dividends in the scoring stakes.
The former Borussia Dortmund II boss has introduced double sessions and intense training down at PPG Canalside to help players adapt to his high-energy system, and the results are obvious.
Town are the top of the charts for scoring late on, with 13 goals in the last 15 minutes of league games - the most of any Championship side.
While that stat takes the whole of the 2015/16 season into account, ten of those 13 strikes have come since David Wagner took over in November with just three under Chris Powell - one of which was an own goal.
Although Harry Bunn's late goal against Cardiff proved mere consolation , Wagner has his team fighting fit for the whole 90 minutes, and it's proving vital for points and goal difference.
The latter was improved by three late strikes in the 5-0 win against Charlton Athletic , while over Christmas wins against Bolton and Preston North End were sealed in the last 15 minutes - and Nahki Wells earned a deserved point away at QPR with a late leveller .
Town's players have repeatedly told the media they feel fitter than ever and the timing of goals suggests they can capitalise on tiring opponents.