Suliasi Vunivalu has set the bar even higher than he can jump and that is saying something.
46 tries in your first two NRL seasons will do that.
It has gotten to the point that when the full-time siren goes and Vunivalu has not crossed the line fans are ask 'what is wrong?'
The 22-year-old scored six tries in his first 11 games in 2018 - most wingers in the NRL would love to call that a 'dry' spell.
However such standards are what Vunivalu has set for himself after sustained dominance has seen his claim back to back NRL try-scoring awards from the past two seasons.
Now having scored in three of his last four games, the Fijian Flyer is ready to reach those dizzying heights as Storm heads into the crucial back end of the season.
"It has been good to get the rhythm back," Vunivalu said.
"I started off pretty slowly this year so I just want to work on some of my weaknesses at training.
"Hopefully I can continue to play good footy in the second half of the season."
Storm Media: Suliasi Vunivalu