Wolves striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake is aiming to score on a regular basis after opening his Premier League account against Aston Villa.
Ebanks-Blake was a prolific scorer for Wolves at Championship level, but has been forced to bide his time for a chance in the top flight.
The 23-year-old missed a month's action due to injury and is now back in Mick McCarthy's starting line-up after returning to full fitness.
He kept his composure from the penalty spot to earn Wolves a 1-1 draw against Midlands rivals Villa on Saturday and now wants to prove he can make a sustained impact in the Premier League.
"I am delighted to score and hopefully I can keep scoring now," said Ebanks-Blake.
"As long as I'm getting chances I'm happy.
"I don't know who has been on penalties this season as I've been out injured, but I was always going to take the penalty.
"We are all new to the Premier League. It's the best league in the world, so to score in the best league in the world is what it's all about."