Christian Saydee has already shown glimpses of why Pompey brought him to Fratton Park earlier in the summer.
The striker is still searching for his first goal, but has certainly proved a handful for opposition defences.
Most of his league minutes so far have come from the bench, with a sole start coming in the 4-0 win at Leyton Orient.
So Saydee is hoping to be involved in Tuesday night’s Carabao Cup clash – the first of two home games against Peterborough in the space of a few days.
He said: “It’s certainly a weird one for us, but you just have to go out there for each one and do our best to get the win.
“I’m enjoying myself here and there’s a good team spirit, so hopefully I can start providing some goals and helping the team.
"It’s always great when the fans have got your back. When they’re on your side it can really help you thrive."
“Being out there on the pitch and getting minutes is what I’m focusing on and hopefully scoring a few as well.
“I’ve actually been playing a little deeper in my games, but I’m happy with whatever position the gaffer puts me in.
“And it’s always great when the fans have got your back. When they’re on your side it can really help you thrive.”
Pompey have yet to taste defeat in any competition this season, but have drawn three of their five league fixtures.
Saydee said: “I think it’s been a good opening for us so far and I’m confident that the goals and wins will start flowing.
“We’re coming up against teams that are good at what they do, but you have to move on from that and look to the next one.
“It’s just about making sure that you take those chances when they come along and I’m sure that will happen.”