Everton midfielder Tim Cahill has insisted his lack of goals is not a problem if he is still contributing to the team.
The Australian has been a prolific poacher for the Toffees over the years but is currently enduring a barren run and has not scored for 12 months.
He will keep striving to break his duck but is more focused on helping in any way he can, whether that is scoring himself or setting up team-mates.
Cahill was substituted against Norwich on Saturday and did not start the midweek win over Swansea, but he is still as keen as ever to play.
"What do you do?" he said in the Daily Mirror. "Do you stop playing football, do you stop going on the pitch? If I'm not the one scoring then hopefully someone else is to make sure we win.
"It's the best game in the world and something that I love and the fans know that I give everything.
"I'm blessed playing in one of the biggest stages in the world and if I wasn't consistent and not playing well, it would be even harder, but I feel fantastic.
"As long as I'm contributing, I don't always have to be the one that scores. If I'm setting people up and making that one extra run or tackle, it might make a difference."
Cahill, 32, accepts that his career is drawing towards a close and is determined to make the most of the time he has left as a player, even if that means playing through the pain barrier on occasions.
"When you get looked after by a manager and chairman so much, you feel the obligation to make sure you're always available," he said.
"Rightly or wrongly, it's my choice at the end of the day to play injured or stay with the physio.
"I suppose there are only three or four years left for me to play football and then I can chill out and look back and say I'm happy with the graft I've put in."