Swindon playmaker Ryan Harley is keen to chip in with a few more goals after opening his account in style against Crewe.
The 29-year-old midfielder struck his first competitive goal for Town in his 22nd appearance having netted on a far more frequent basis during the last few seasons for Exeter and Brighton.
And he is eager to add to his tally in the coming months and cement a place in the side having shone since recovering from injury.
"I generally do chip in with goals, I haven't this season and should have had a few goals, hopefully now I'll get a few more before the end of the season," he told the Swindon Advertiser.
"Creating and scoring goals has generally been my game and I think, being one of the older players in the team, maybe I take some of that away because you're working on things or playing slightly deeper. I still try to get forward.
"It's difficult not playing consistently, whether it's because we've got so many good players or if you've been injured, you need to play and then you'll see the benefits when you are playing week in, week out."