In-form Cardiff striker Michael Chopra has set himself a target of 30 goals this season.
Chopra, who joined Cardiff on a permanent basis from Sunderland this summer, has scored six goals already this season, including a hat-trick in the midweek win over Plymouth.
The former Newcastle man is confident he can achieve his aim this season even though he expects to suffer a dip in form at some point this term.
"I have set myself a big target, a target of 30 goals this year," Chopra told Sky Sports News.
"People might laugh at me saying I have no chance of doing that, but the way I have started this season I believe I can.
"When I was here the first time a couple of years ago I set myself a target of 20 and I managed to get 22, but I went through a period where I didn't score for 10 or 12 games over the Christmas period
"If I can get a lot of goals in the early part of the season and if I do go through a bad run of form, which every striker does, hopefully the early season goals will make up for it."
Chopra will be hoping to add to his tally when Cardiff take on Bristol City, live on Sky Sports 2 this Sunday.