Oscar Garcia is not worried about the form of Leo Ulloa and neither am I.
It will not be long before the Argentinian target man is back on the scoresheet for Oscar's Albion.
In fact, I wouldn't mind betting Ulloa strikes against Derby again on Saturday after notching when they visited for the first Championship game of the season at The Amex back in August.
Ulloa has failed to hit the target against Blackpool, Bournemouth and Birmingham since marking his comeback from two-and-a-half-months out with a fractured foot bone with a Boxing Day double at Charlton.
He was unlucky at Blackpool, wasteful against Bournemouth, but three games without a goal is hardly a crisis, just the type of mini-dry spell that all goalscorers go through.
Ulloa looked a yard short of his customary sharpness when he was substituted against Birmingham last Saturday but that can be attributed to his long absence and flurry of games over Christmas immediately afterwards.