It’s been easy to overlook Amar'e Stoudemire this preseason.

With all the Knicks buzz surrounding Phil Jackson, Derek Fisher, Carmelo Anthony and the triangle, Stoudemire has been the forgotten man.

“Yeah, I think so,” Stoudemire said. “I think the previous years of battling injuries, people have forgot.

“But it’s my job to remind them.”

There’s no better time for Stoudemire to remind people what he can do than this season. He’s entering his 13th season and the final year of his Knicks contract, which is worth $23.4 million.

The future is uncertain for Stoudemire. In addition to possibly playing his final season for the Knicks, he could be doing so while playing in a new system -- the triangle.

But Stoudemire says he feels stronger and healthier than last season and is ready to return to the old Amar'e.

Last season, Stoudemire started off on a playing time restriction. Former coach Mike Woodson wanted to keep his knees healthy for the long run.

Stoudemire finished strong, scoring in double figures in 20 of his last 21 games and averaging 16 points during that span. He played in a total of 65 games and averaged 11.9 points and 4.9 rebounds. It was the most he has played in a season since logging 78 games in his first season with the Knicks in 2010-’11.

“Obviously to reach back to my dominant self, I feel like I’m there now,” Stoudemire said. “I feel like my body is feeling so much stronger [than last year at this time] so I feel dominant.”