Kenny Burns: Reunion is helping little Radi Majewski rediscover his very best form for Nottingham Forest
SOMETHING has gotten into Radi Majewski, hasn't it?
Whatever it is, long may it continue because the lad is suddenly in red-hot form in front of goal and causing big problems.
A first-half hat-trick against Huddersfield was followed up by a strike in the weekend victory at Charlton.
I mean, the Addicks will be kicking themselves at the time and space they allowed the Pole to score. They were frightened to death of bringing him down in the penalty area.
Business Cards From Only £10.95 Delivered www.myprint-247.co.ukView details
Contact: 01858 468192
Valid until: Sunday, June 30 2013
But Majewski did the business and put the ball in the back of the net.
For too long Majewski has flattered to deceive. We all know about his talent, about his threat and how he can score great goals.
But moments of genius like his goal a few years ago against West Brom are often lost in some mediocre performances, where he goes missing.
Billy Davies brought him to the club back in 2009 but how many times when he started games did we see him substituted? And you don't get substituted that often if you are playing great.
Maybe now they are reunited, it is time for Majewski to step up to the plate once and for all.
He is 26 now and has just signed a long-term contract at the City Ground and in that advanced central midfield role, pushing on, he seems to be flourishing.
But it is OK doing it for two or three games, now he has to follow it through consistently, week on week, month on month.
Now is the time for him to come of age because we have seen in the last week or so just how devastating a player he can be.
Maybe Davies is the man to keep him on his toes, to keep him hungry and sharp. If he can achieve that, then the Reds have a hell of a player on their hands.
At the moment, he is on fire. Long may it continue.