A victim of a shooting in Sydney's inner west last month has appealed for witnesses to come forward.
The 21-year-old man was shot during a fight in Strathfield Park just after midnight on February the 8th.
He says he and a friend were ambushed by a group of at least six men.
The victim's friend fled, but he was shot in the back as he tried to escape in a car.
He drove to an address in Lidcombe and was found by police and taken to hospital.
The victim, who wants to be known only as Mick, says he fears for his life.
"There's innocent people out there, I don't want it to happen to them," he said.
"When people are asleep at their house they have to be safe. People have to be safe when they walk on to the street.
"I've felt this, and I feel sorry for other people, I don't want them to feel the same as me. I could have died, it was lucky I survived."
Mick says several people would have seen what happened and police say they are confident they will catch those responsible.
Detective Sergeant Karl Leis said in a statement that anyone who calls Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous.
"The person or people responsible for this act are clearly dangerous, thoughtless individuals," he said.
"Please do the right thing by yourself and the community - pass on any information that may help us put the shooter behind bars."
The number for Crime Stoppers is 1800 333 000.