Paul Casey has claimed that he is starting to regain some of his consistency following an injury-ravaged start to the season.
The Englishman was out injured until March due to a shoulder injury suffered while snowboarding, but he believes that his time on the sidelines has increased his desire to win more tournaments.
Casey said: "Sitting around on the couch has brought the passion back and now I just have to put in a lot of hard work to get back to the required standard.
"The ball-striking is good, but I just don't have the consistency yet. The razor sharpness in the putting isn't there yet, but I have made great strides and the confidence is growing every single day and I really believe I will be in that winner's circle soon."
The 34-year-old has won 11 times on the European tour.