Celtic youngster Liam Henderson has told the Glasgow Evening Times the area of his game he feels he needs to work on.
The teenager is currently playing for Norwegian side Rosenborg and wants to add goals to his game, improving on the three he has already netted for his temporary club.
“I don't score enough goals, to be honest. When I was younger I used to score regularly, but I'm definitely not a natural goalscorer yet,” he said.
“It's something I must improve on.”
Two things that Celtic manager Ronny Deila will be looking for in any player on loan away from the club is progression in key areas, as well as his players staying fit.
Henderson is starting to tick the first box and it should be encouraging for the Bhoys that he’s not happy with settling for the progress he has already made.
He has to try and find a way to set himself above everyone else because there are some very good midfield men at Parkhead.
Nir Bitton and Stefan Johansen have both played well this season alongside the more experienced Scott Brown, with Kris Commons also an experienced player to have coming into the team.
If Henderson can prove to score frequently, he will give himself every chance of standing out from the crowd and making a difference.
Initially he may be used as an impact player at the club if Deila wants to give him a chance next season, but either way, he needs to box up all of the good things he’s been doing and carry them forward.