Bobby Zamora insists he will win over Fulham's sceptical supporters in the 2009/10 campaign.
The former Tottenham and West Ham striker came in for criticism last season after managing just two Premier League goals in his debut season at Craven Cottage.
He has been the subject of much transfer talk this summer, with a move to Hull City widely touted after the two clubs agreed a £5million fee.
Such a switch has failed to materialise, though, as Zamora is keen to prove himself at Fulham.
He has looked bright in recent outings, scoring one and creating the other two in Fulham's 3-0 Europa League victory over FK Vetra on Thursday, and has promised there is more to come from him this season.
"It's nice to prove anybody wrong who doubts me," Zamora told reporters.
"This season I'm hoping to do that. Last year I came in for a bit of stick for no reason, really.
"I suppose the criticism does get to you but at the end of the day it's a team game.
"I may not have scored the goals last year but I contributed a lot in terms of the build-up play. I think I had the most assists for us last season - only the goals were missing.
"It is another goal for myself, to score some goals personally and for the team and to silence a few people as well.
"But the people who count, my team-mates, know exactly what I and Andy Johnson do for the team."