Padraig Harrington has claimed that he is beginning to "turn the corner" following his victory in the Grand Slam of Golf.
The Irishman triumphed in the four-man tournament in Bermuda on Wednesday and believes that he is close to returning to his best form.
Harrington said: "I believe I'm playing really good golf. I see a lot of good things happening and I do believe that I'm turning the corner into a peak. What those peaks are, we'll wait and see."
The three-time major winner has also backed his own decision to replace Ernie Els in the competition.
"You've got to give yourself the chance - it's a fantastic tournament and even if I finished fourth I'd be quite confident that I made the right decision," he added.
Ian Woosnam is the only other European to win the tournament.