As Celtic prepare to face Hibernian this weekend, it is abundantly clear who the danger man is.
Hibs signed Marc McNulty on loan from Reading towards the end of the January transfer window and he has been on fire.
With six goals in six games (all of which have come in his last four outings), McNulty is in top form going into the Scottish Cup fixture against Celtic.
The ex-Coventry City striker is a player who thrives from confidence and he will look to extend his scoring run against the Bhoys.
And the words of recently appointed Celtic manager Neil Lennon on McNulty should act as a warning to his side.
Lennon praised McNulty, who he scouted before he was dismissed from his role as Hibernian manager, The Edinburgh News reports.
The new Celtic boss said: “He is a good player. Once he gets up to speed I think he will score goals for them. They have goals in the team and they will be a threat to Celtic if they play to their full potential and catch Celtic on an off day.”
Now that Lennon is in charge of Celtic, he needs to ensure that they do not have an off day and that McNulty is kept quiet.
But it could be difficult for them to stop the 26-year-old, who is scoring for fun at Hibernian now.