Rory McIlroy has surged up the leaderboard on day three of golf's BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
The world number two's moved to six-under-par after a superb seven-under round of 65, less than 24-hours after sinking a four feet putt on the 18th to make the cut.
McIlroy admits he's probably going to be too far behind the leaders going into tomorrow's final round.
"I've done what I can and shot a good score and I'll give it a go for sure tomorrow, I don't know if it's going to be quite good enough, but at least I've given myself some hope.
"It's amazing, I only took two weeks off but it felt like I had not played golf in years on Thursday. It was strange. But it has been nice to sort of figure it out a little bit, play a bit better yesterday. Obviously played much better today.
"So even if I am seven, eight shots back and I get off to a decent start, you never know. But at the same time I'm a realist and I know I won from seven back a few years ago and I feel like that's something that happens maybe once in your career. Maybe try to make it twice.
"At least I'm moving in the right direction, which is the main thing."