Henning Solberg will take in his second event of the season under the Munchi's Ford World Rally Team banner this weekend in Sardinia and the Norwegian reckons another top-five finish should be possible.

Henning notched up his best result of the year in Jordan last month, when he brought his Focus RS WRC07 car home in fourth place and now the 'Team Expert' man will want to try and add to his nine point tally - and get some more points for the 'ice cream' squad, which currently has already scored 14.

"I am hoping for a good result on this rally and I am feeling confident after Jordan where we had our best result so far this year," said the Norwegian.

"On the second half of the rally in Jordan the feeling really started to come and the car was feeling perfect."

Henning has competed on all the WRC events in Sardinia and while he has mixed fortunes, with two retirements and two finishes, he was fourth last year with the Stobart team, less than 15 seconds shy of a step on the rostrum.

"Last year we came fourth here, so close to the podium, so we will be aiming for this sort of top-five result again," he continued.

"Last year there were many retirements in Sardinia as it is a very tough rally. So far Pirelli have done a good job keeping the punctures low which will be a factor in Sardinia with so many rocks next to the roads.

"I am looking forward to the event and hopefully we can get some more good points for the Munchi's team and myself."

Federico Villagra meanwhile will again drive the #9 Munchi's car - as he is doing on all of the events the team will take in this year - and with points finishes on all three rounds he has done so far this season, 'Coyote' will be eager to maintain that run.

He will also be 'match fit' and comes straight to the Rally d'Italia having contested the third round of the Argentine Rally Championship - Rally de San Luis, last weekend.

"Sardinia is a special place for me because it is where I first drove for the Munchi's Ford team and it was the first time I competed in the Focus WRC," he added. "Last year was a big learning experience but we still managed to get around and finish in eleventh but this year I will be hoping to score some points.

"It has been a great start to the year scoring points on all three rounds so the plan is to keep this going as long as we can. Sardinia is a tough event and very technical in places so we are going to have to be sharp and make good notes. The goal for this event is to finish in the top-eight and hopefully score some more good points for the Munchi's team."