West Ham United midfielder Jack Collison is eager to score more goals as the season progresses following his strike against Hull City.
The 23-year-old bagged his second goal of the 2011/12 season in the Hammers' 2-0 victory at the KC Stadium in the Championship.
Collison was delighted with his performance against the Tigers and is keen to find the target on a regular basis for the London club.
"The more goals you score the more confident you become," the Wales international told West Ham's official website.
"As I've said time and time before, it is something I want to add to my game. I feel I'm improving with every game.
"I'm still working hard to try and get better and better. The better I do personally is going to be better for the team.
"Hopefully we can kick on and put a gap between us and the teams below us now.
"Obviously my goalscoring is something I want to improve. I feel that I can chip in with a lot more goals and help the team out."
The victory means that Sam Allardyce's West Ham are second in the Championship table with 31 points from 16 matches, five behind leaders Southampton.