After finding himself unlucky with injuries and a dubious sending off, Jim Kellermann has finally got some luck having found himself in the Aldershot Town starting XI two games in a row.
Not one to let the opportunity slip, Kellermann has put in two of his best performances in an Aldershot Town shirt and will have given Gary Waddock plenty to think about going forward.
He was unlucky not to bag himself a goal against Eastleigh - a linesman's flag was the only thing that denied the youngster his first goal for the Shots in what was an inspired performance from the former Wolves youngster.
You could pinpoint Kellermann's good form down to one thing - the fact that he has played in his preferred central midfield position in the past two games, and despite that he insists he'll be happy wherever he plays and trusts his manager to make the right choices.
He said: "Central midfield is definitely my preferred position, I'm a centre mid but I can play anywhere, I've played right back, centre half, striker all through my youth career but centre midfield is definitely where I'm more at home.
"But wherever the gaffer puts me I'll always look to do as well as I can.
"I've possibly put my name in the hat for the midfield spot but it's down to the gaffer and what he decides- I trust him and his judgement and if he thinks that Bellers or Jake or Josh will be a better suit for a game then I'll respect his decision and go with that and be ready when called upon.
"I'm pleased to be back in the team and I'm getting up to full speed now.
"I think first half I'm on it and full of energy but then second half I still have to get that fitness because I know myself that I'm not really up to speed yet, but hopefully I can keep my performances going up for the next couple of weeks and stay in the team as much as I can.
"I've had a lot of injuries in the past 18 months, maybe that's because my body is still growing and things like that but I'm just glad to be back and hopefully keep those injuries away."
Aldershot lost 2-0 at Sutton to make it five defeats in November , and Kellermann echoed his manager's view that they can't wait to put the month behind them and move into December.
He added: "We're just repeating what has happened over the whole month, I think when we changed our shape we're completely dominant but the sending off has happened and it's just bad luck this month.
"You couldn't write a book about it, this month has been crazy and we're glad to have it over and go into December positive, get back to winning ways and climb up the table."