AFC Wimbledon striker Byron Harrison says he is determined to show the fans why the club made him their record signing.
The Dons paid a five-figure fee to bring Harrison to the club in January from Stevenage, but he is yet to score for the club in eight appearances.
Harrison scored in the London Senior Cup win against the Metropolitan Police on Tuesday and is hoping he can transfer that form back onto the League Two scene.
"This is new territory for me as I cannot remember going this long without scoring. It is something for me to work through and you know in football that everything is not going to be rosy all of the time," he told the club's official website. "I am very critical of my own performances and have to admit that since I joined, I have not been in my best form. It is about me going back to basics and getting back to what I know I can do and what is expected from me."
The striker feels that not playing regularly at Stevenage means he temporarily lost a bit of sharpness
"I was very happy with my move to Wimbledon as I left Stevenage for first-team football. From not playing there, I probably went a bit stale, but I am very confident that I will come good and show why Wimbledon paid money for me. The management here know what I am capable of and they have been very supportive and so too have the fans. I was more than happy to play last night having sat out the last two games and it cannot have done me any harm for my confidence to get a couple of goals."