West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie hopes to score 15 goals this season after netting his ninth against Wigan.
The Nigerian admits that his original target at the start of the season had not been so high, but he has now readjusted after exceeding his own expectations.
Odemwingie is confident he can carry on at his current rate and finish with a tally that any Premier League frontman would be proud of.
"There are 14 games to go and I hope I will get to 15 goals," he told the Express and Star.
"The target was to get to double figures, minimum, and I am nearly there. I just need one more goal.
"But with 14 games to go I won't be happy with one more goal. I will keep pushing to get to the 15."
Odemwingie's strike against Wigan did not turn out to be in a winning cause as the Baggies were held to a 2-2 draw at The Hawthorns, with the 29-year-old limping off at the final whistle due to an ankle knock.
However, he hopes to be fit to face Manchester City at Eastlands on Saturday.
"Towards the game I started feeling something. It is my ankle. It was stepped on again unfortunately in the first half and it hurt," he explained.
"But I will get some treatment and hopefully it will not swell up and I will prepare normally for Saturday."
The clash with Wigan also marked Carlos Vela's debut for the Baggies following his loan switch from Arsenal.
The Mexican was substituted before the hour mark but Odemwingie was encouraged by his performance.
He said: "Carlos did well. Your first game is not easy with a new group of players and a new stadium.
"I am sure he has a lot to offer because he is coming from a big team. So we hope he will adapt soon and start showing his best, because he definitely has quality.
"He thinks it is a team that passes the ball on the ground. He prefers to come here because of that point.
"I am sure he remembers the game we played at the Emirates Stadium when we played very well.
"He is a young guy. He has talent and his potential is strong and he will help us. I am sure he has got qualities.
"I don't know his best position though, where he will be more effective for the team and to enjoy his game.
"With a few games more, we will see where he is more comfortable so he can assist and score his own goals."