Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones has shied away from comparisons between himself and Didier Drogba.
The Trinidad and Tobago international has made an impressive start to the Premier League season at the Brittania Stadium following his record £8million move from Sunderland in the summer transfer window.
Jones has already scored four goals in Stoke colours this season and some fans have even compared him to Chelsea's goalscoring machine.
The 25-year-old believes his new club's strength is the 'togetherness' of the first team squad.
He told Sky Sports News: "The togetherness is for the club, for the team, for the fans and for myself.
"I think this way, we're going to be able to win games.
"We need goals and hopefully we're going to get a few more goals coming from the whole squad which will help us to finish even higher than we did last season."
Jones admits to being in awe of Drogba, but he failed to be drawn on whether or not he feels that he is the same type of player as the Ivory Coast international.
He said: "Didier is such a great player and he's done well this season, but I try to be myself and will always try to be myself.
"All credit to him, he has done really well."