Tickford Racing's Cameron Waters feels ending a winless run in Supercars that dates back to September 2017 is a realistic prospect to have on his radar.
Waters broke through for his maiden victory at Sandown in 2017 alongside Richie Stanaway, and took two more podiums late in his second season.
Hopes of building on that in 2018 were thwarted by a difficult year for Tickford, Waters falling from eighth in '17 to 16th in the championship.
In the Ford squad's return to form, the Monster Mustang has been among this year's quicker entries, Waters claiming four podiums and recording an average grid position of fifth.
That, though, is offset by 22nd in the Adelaide opener due to a coolsuit failure, an Albert Park DNS after a pre-race tangle with Scott McLaughlin and DNF at Phillip Island due to contact with Shane van Gisbergen.
It leaves Waters 10th in the championship after 12 races, with team-mates Chaz Mostert, Will Davison and Lee Holdsworth fifth, seventh and 13th.
Asked if he believes a win is on his radar, Waters said: "On my given day I think we can win.
"I think we probably need to improve on our car speed a little bit, but qualifying is where it all happens and I've been pretty consistent, top five probably most qualifying sessions.
"That's where it all starts, if you can be up there, anything can happen."