Paul Dunne says he is happy with the state of his game and is optimistic of challenging for victories over the next few weeks.
Irishman Dunne, who turned professional in 2015, has bounced back to form after a couple of missed cuts towards the start of the year with some positive results on both the PGA and European Tour.
The 25-year-old has recorded four top-10 finishes from his last five tournaments, with a runners-up spot at the Open de Espana the highlight, and as a result he has moved into contention for a Ryder Cup place.
With qualifying points for the event at Le Golf National multiplying by 1.5 from this week, the world number 73 knows just how important a win at either the BMW PGA Championship or Italian Open could be.
Dunne, who will be teeing it up at Wentworth this week, says he is pleased with how things are going this year and is hopeful of adding a second European Tour title to his collection.
He was quoted as saying by www.independent.ie: “I have got a great run of Rolex events, WGCs and Majors, so I am just concentrating on trying to keep my game in a good place, trying to do as well as I can every week and see if I can give myself a chance to win.”