Wasting your time with programs. They will limit you from now on.
You need intensity, not mindless volume.
Work up to a heavy 5 one week, a heavy 3 the next week, another moderate/heavy 5 (lighter than previous week) and then a single for a total of 4 weeks. Throw in some variation like a sumo pull if you are normally conventional. Put on a slingshot in the bench for variety. If you use equipment/gear, switch back and forth between gear and raw.
Just learn to listen to your body. Programs will lead to disappointment when you don't hit what's been prescribed because most of them do not consider daily stuff. This way, if you're feeling good you can take it up and if you're not, put in some work you can do and call it a day.
You'll find that you'll make far more progress. Very very few of the top lifters follow ANY program. Everything is instinct governed by principles that work.
It's not rocket science like I said. I train with a guy who squats over 1000, 800 bench, 800 pull in SHW. Another 275'r who squats near 800, bench near 600 and pulls near 700 - just a few pounds shy on each lift. We have a 165'r who pulls 545. We have 3 others who can total 1500 raw. These are all competition numbers and for the most part, we all train the same.
There are no secrets. Lots of food, lots of rest, lots of weight. And you don't have to eat clean. Lots of PR's, muscle and strength all come from high caloric food that isn't gonna be on any nutritionists recommendations.