Matt Phillips has told Queens Park Rangers' official site that he is aiming to start getting on the scoresheet more regularly.
Phillips scored in QPR's last fixture, when he finished nicely in their 3-0 win over Milton Keynes Dons at Loftus Road.
And the winger has a taste for goals now, with his main aim to start increasing his scoring tally over the coming weeks.
“I need to get more goals in my game,” he said. “I’ve got four now and hopefully I can kick on and get some more."
Phillips is one of QPR's most important players, and he has proven himself to be a real threat at Championship level throughout his career.
The 24-year-old has played 14 times this season, and he has scored four times over those games, beating his tally from the last two seasons already.
Phillips clearly feels that he should have more goals to his name, though, and QPR will be keen for him to keep finding the back of the net.
The R's need all of their team to start chipping in with goals, as they are currently without their main striker's Charlie Austin's services, due to his injury.