With a goal in the La Liga clash against Levante, Luis Suarez's goal-scoring drought from the first half of the campaign is now firmly in the past.
It's widely understood that forwards will go through spells where finding the net is difficult, and chances don't fall as clearly, but after scoring in five successive matches, Barcelona are seeing the very best Suarez once more.
He has totally left behind the biggest drought of his illustrious career.
Despite his return to form, Levante will count themselves lucky that the former Liverpool star didn't walk away from Sunday's clash with the match bal as he had numerous chances to add to his goal.
What's different between the first half of the campaign to now is not the number of chances falling to the 30-year-old, but rather how clinical he is in taking them.
He looks assured in front of goal once again, and has now established himself as the club's second highest scorer with 11 goals in LaLiga.
His strike against Levante was historic in the sense that it was goal number 131 since his arrival from England, meaning he overtakes Rivaldo in Los Cules' all-time scoring list.
Suarez now sits in seventh place.