Harrogate Town manager Simon Weaver hailed the burgeoning partnership between his front two, following Saturday’s victory over Chesterfield.
Joint-top-scorer Jack Muldoon bagged his seventh goal of the season, while big Mark Beck led the line superbly in a 3-1 success at the CNG Stadium.
This has however become pretty much the norm in recent weeks, with the statistics there to back up the notion that the current Town strike-force is just getting better and better.
In the 12 games since boss Weaver reverted to a 4-4-2 system with the pairing of Muldoon and Beck in the forward positions, the duo have, between them, been responsible for 10 of the 22 goals the club has scored.
One or the other has found the back of the net in seven of the last eight matches, including each of the previous four.
“That front pair are absolute gems for us,” Weaver reflected.
“Becky is in the form of his life and Jack Muldoon is an absolute pest.
“He’s probably under-rated, who else do you see at this level with the same energy output?”