West Brom's Chris Brunt has admitted he needs to add more goals to his game this season.
Brunt contributed 13 goals towards the Baggies' promotion-winning campaign last term and has chipped in twice so far in the Premier League.
He feels he can do much better and is hoping to get his name on the scoresheet as regularly as possible over the next few months.
"I don't think I've got enough goals this season," the 26-year-old told the club's official website.
"Last season my goals return was pretty good. I couldn't ask for more goals last season.
"But this season that is my area to improve."
While Brunt may not have found the target himself as often as he would have liked he has been credited with an impressive ten assists.
He is happy to help West Brom's cause in any way he can and admits he has even enjoyed operating in a central role in recent weeks.
"Changing positions a couple of times has made my role a bit different," he explained.
"I suppose I agree that I've not done my job if I haven't scored or created a goal, but it depends where you're playing on the pitch."
"That's a big part of a wide player's role and fortunately I've been involved in quite a lot of goals this season.
"But I've quite enjoyed playing in central midfield in the last two games."