NEW Giants signing Albert Torrens can justifiably feel happy about the start he has made to his life in Super League.
Four tries in four games - one in each - is an enviable statistic.
And the cash certainly won't be flowing for those who bet on Torrens scoring again in tomorrow's big home clash against St Helens (3.00).
Hopefully, if he does cross the tryline for a fifth successive time it will prove the matchwinner, just like it did at Wakefield seven days ago.
But don't bet on the 29-year-old former Manly and St George star waxing lyrical about it if it happens.
When the Australian first jetted into these shores, he made it clear that he would be letting his rugby do the talking.
He admitted that dealing with the media was something that didn't come naturally to him.
In fact, he tells a tale of a time back in Australia when he was being pursued by the press corps after one highly notable performance.
On that occasion, his normally evasive skills let him down, and he found himself cornered.
But, thinking quickly on his feet, he apologised for having to keep quiet because a media ban had been slapped on him.
It was, of course, untrue.
However, by the time the journalists had found out, the sly Torrens had made his escape.
Yet in a way, this self-imposed media ban adds something extra to Torrens' appeal.
He readily confesses that he's a `shy guy' - and when he is speaking `off the record', he's also a good guy - and that's the reason why he keeps himself to himself.
It's also similar on the training field, with Robbie Paul admitting that his teammate is a `silent assassin', someone who just gets on with the job.
And, just like an assassin, Torrens has already shown he can be deadly.
One of the main reasons why the Giants centre was brought to Huddersfield was to score tries, and so far he's not let anyone down.
After all, that's far more important for a recognised tryscorer than being available for interviews.
And if the lethal Torrens maintains this early-season form throughout Super League XI, he could easily be a candidate for player of the year.
He has already been named the first Flyers Player of the Month for 2006 and will pick up his award ahead of tomorrow's Saints game.
But if he does collect a major player award at the end-of-season presentation night, don't expect Torrens to remain on the platform for long!