Salomon Kalou is looking to plunder more goals for Chelsea as he is disappointed with his return to date.
The Ivorian notched his 50th for the club last weekend when he found the target in the Blues' 7-0 FA Cup romp against Ipswich.
He had, however, failed to trouble the scorers since November prior to making the most of some questionable Tractor Boys defending.
Having taken four-and-a-half years and 210 appearances to reach a half-century of goals, Kalou acknowledges that, at 25 years of age, the time has come for him to kick on and become a potent attacking weapon.
"To be honest with you, every game I play with Chelsea, I come out of it with regret because I feel like I should have scored another goal," he told Chelsea magazine.
"[My coach growing up] Jean-Marc Guillou always used to say, 'The most difficult thing is not knowing how to score but knowing how to create yourself a chance'.
"I know that I can create chances for myself, I do it every game and now I just have to concentrate on putting more of them in the net.
"So that's what my focus is now, because every game I create at least one chance for myself.
"Sometimes, I come out of the games with regret because I feel like if I was taking all the chances I get, I would be top scorer.
"Look at our home game against Fulham, I could have scored three in that game and that is what I want to concentrate on achieving."
Kalou, who has scored eight times in 24 appearances this term, added: "I score the more difficult goals than the ones I miss.
"So I can't say it's because I can't do it. I know that's not true because I've scored hard chances.
"I think that's what it takes to be a top player - to have one chance and to score. That's what I'm working on now."'