India's Parupalli Kashyap feels that he is in red hot form ahead of the World Badminton Championships in Jakarta starting Monday.
In a chat with IANS, Kashyap said that he is at the peak of his career and is feeling physically good.
"I am at the peak of my career. I mean look at Lin Dan or Lee Chong Wei: they reached their best shape at 28.
"I am 28, I am in the best form of my life, and I see no reason of not doing well. I am feeling good about my body; I am perfectly fine.
"I will be fighting hard to win matches," said the world number 10.
In his opening match in Jakarta, Kashyap faces Dutch world No.81 Erik Meijs and thereafter, if he wins, things will get a lot tougher.
"It depends on how I play. I am playing well at the moment. The draw is quite tough. I might end up facing Kento Momota in the pre-quarterfinals.
"He has won a couple of tournaments this year; so he will be confident. Before that I will be facing Erik and the winner of the match between Tien Minh Nguyen and Lee Dong Keun.
"Both are very tough competitors. Let us see what happens," said Kashyap.
"I will be taking it round after round and not be silly to just dream that I will achieve this or that. The play will depend on my form and the conditions there.
"Of course, everyone wants a World Championship medal at the end of the day. I will try everything in my capability to win it," he added.