It won't be wrong to say that Liton Das has come of age in the series against Zimbabwe.
His batting has earned him plaudits from all corners in the cricketing world.
Despite the runs coming against not the best of bowling attacks, one thing has been achieved in this series - consistency.
That consistency has led to him being man-of-the-series in both the one-day international (ODI) series and the twenty20 international (T20I) series.
He was also adjudged as man-of-the-match in the last T20I as Bangladesh won the series 2-0.
Previously, when Liton used to get a big score or play a good innings, he would go on without scoring much in the next few.
"Before, I used to lose focus or become relaxed after playing a big knock. My goal this series was to have that same focus and determination to score big in each innings," the right-handed opener said in the post-match press conference on Wednesday.
The 25-year-old has played innings' of 53 (one-off Test), 126* (1st ODI), 9 (2nd ODI), 176 (3rd ODI), 59 (1st T20I) and 60* (2nd T20I).
The odd score of 9 could also have been bigger if Liton hadn't been run-out but the bowler, whose hands the ball ricocheted off and hit the stumps at the non-strikers' end - the most unfortunate of dismissals.
Liton had recently in a press-conference called cricket a very frustrating game as it had many ups and downs and how his career was a start-stop one so far.
"Maybe right now it's not so frustrating for me because I've been doing well, but that frustration can return if I don't do well in the future," he said.
And that is exactly what he will have to do in the upcoming series against Pakistan - if it takes places as the coronavirus outbreak could get in the way of proceedings - as tougher challenges await.
"I want to practice hard and keep up my game and form to the level that it is in at the moment," Liton concluded.