Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis has revealed his season goal target.
Bafetimbi Gomis hopes to continue impressing the Swansea City faithful this season, by scoring more goals than he managed throughout the entirety of the previous campaign, according to the club's official website.
The Frenchman, who arrived from Ligue 1 outfit Lyon last summer, scored 10 goals in 36 appearances during his maiden term with the club and is hoping to do even better this time round. However, he has admitted he considered leaving Swansea, with the Daily Mail reporting that he has a £7 million release clause in his contract.
Gomis already has two successful strikes to his name in just two appearances - having converted 50 per cent of his total attempts - against holding champions Chelsea and Steve McClaren's Newcastle and he hopes to net significantly more as the season progresses.
"Scoring goals is great for my confidence. I worked hard in the summer to come back fit and raring to go," he told the club's official website.
"My aim is to score more goals than last year and show a different side to myself at Swansea. I'm happy with my start to the season but it's more important that the team has started well with good results."
It is not only the 30-year-old's ability in front of goal that has impressed onlookers. In fact, his overall game in Garry Monk's Swansea set-up has been superb.
To date, he has completed 89% of his total attempted passes, while finding success in 100% of his take ons and 80% of his headed duels.
With the Swans set to face Dick Advocaat's struggling Sunderland side this weekend, expect Gomis to continue his rich vein of form.