Cheltenham Town forward Kaid Mohamed has targeted a 15-goal haul this season despite playing out wide.
The winger, signed from AFC Wimbledon in the summer, has been a mainstay for the Robins, who have stormed to third in League Two.
Mohamed has already netted four times this term and is after a few more before the campaign runs its course.
"I've managed to get a few so far and to get 10 to 15 goals in the season would be great," he said.
"I'm playing on the left wing now, whereas I used to play as a striker, so that (10-15 goals) would be a pretty decent total for me."