on present form

on present form

Based on someone's or something's current status, situation, behavior, or performance. On present form, the company remains on track to increase its profit margin over last year. We had hoped to be moved in by January, but, on present form, it isn't likely to be until March.
See also: form, on, present

on ˈpresent form

judging by somebody/something’s present performance or behaviour; as things are at the moment: On present form I’d say he should win easily.A painting by Durant could sell for over a million on present form.
See also: form, on, present