Burnley striker Robbie Blake believes he is playing the best football of his career.
Blake, who has received the Championship Powerade Player of the Month Award for March, has been an integral part of a Burnley side that have had an outstanding season.
The former Leeds United and Bradford City forward said: "Things have gone really well and we've had a successful season so far, so things haven't gone much better than this throughout my career.
"I don't think I've played as consistently for a long time, but that's because I've got good team-mates all around me, playing good football, and having belief in you.
"It's nice to get awards for playing well. But it's as much of a pleasure to be in this team at the moment and I have to thank all my team-mates. They have been outstanding."
Blake's team are fifth in the Coca-Cola Championship and beat Premier League opposition five times this season before they were knocked out of the Carling Cup at the semi-final stage and the FA Cup in the quarter-finals.
Blake, who turned 33 last month, has no intention of hanging up his boots for some time.
He said: "Hopefully there's a few years left in the old legs yet because I am really enjoying my football.
"The gaffer has assembled a great set of lads and it's a pleasure to come in and work with the lads every morning.
"It's great to be around this club at the moment. We are going in the right direction and hopefully we can continue that and really push for promotion between now and May."
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