It has been a couple of season's to savour for King's Lynn Town goal scoring phenomenon Adam Marriott.
Marriott has scored an incredible 28 goals in 26 league appearances for the high-flying Linnets this season - adding to the 24 league goals from 33 appearances last campaign.
The Suffolk-based sharpshooter's form saw him pick up the Golden Boot Award last term and his goal scoring exploits has been a major factor in the Linnets taking the National League North by storm during 2019/20.
Since starting out at Cambridge United as a youngster, the frontman has never been short of goals during a prolific career on the pitch.
Here, the 29-year-old selects his best-ever XI of players that he has played with during his career on the pitch.
Goalkeeper: Chris Day - A very experienced goalkeeper and a Syevenage legend between the posts.
Left-back: Sam Habergham - Had a brilliant left peg. Mr reliable and an excellent set-piece taker.
Right-back: Rory McAuley - Grew up with him at both Norwich City and Cambridge United. A born winner.
Centre back: Sean Raggett - Such a commanding defender who I played with at Lincoln City. Since gone on to sign for Norwich City and currently at Portsmouth.
Centre back: Josh Coulson - A great player. I remember Josh helping me out when I was breaking through at Cambridge United. Mr Cambridge.
Left midfield: Nathan Arnold - Played with Nathan at Lincoln City. So much energy up and down the flanks and scored so many important goals too.
Right midfield: Tom Pett - A very clever player who always found pockets of spaces and created many assists.
Centre midfield: Dean Parrett - Played in the same team as Dean in my first season at Stevenage where he won many games on his own.
Centre midfield: Luke Berry - A player always in the action and a brilliant box-to-box midfielder. Always good for a goal.
Striker: Michael Gash - What hasn't been said about him already? A brilliant number nine who has helped my game in the last two seasons no end.
Striker: Matt Rhead - Talisman at Lincoln City who would bully big defenders. A big reason why we achieved promotion with the Imps.
Alex Woodyard - Broke up play so well and got the team moving forward.
Harry Anderson - A strong runner who is only getting better.
Ronnie Henry - Record appearance holder at Stevenage. Would link-up with Tom Pett so well down the right.
Tom Conlon - A technically gifted player who deserved more of a chance at Stevenage.
Elliott Whitehouse - Great energy levels and always good for a goal.