Dave Edwards has told Wolverhampton Wanderers’ official site that he is determined to stay in starting contention for the rest of the season.
Edwards has played a key role for Wolves so far this campaign, and he wants to keep his place in the side.
The Welsh international claims that he is hoping to break into double-figures for goals this season, and he feels he has the ability to do that – providing he is giving starting opportunities by Kenny Jackett.
“I have been available for selection regularly and that is important for me,” he said.
“If I can get a run of games I am sure I can score goals and hopefully get up into double figures this year which is my aim.
“I am reasonably happy with my form but it’s all about the team.
“More than anyone I hope people can see that I am a team player and it is the team that comes first.”
Edwards has been one of Wolves’ better performers over what has been a rather disappointing campaign so far.
Jackett’s side have been in poor form and currently occupy a place in mid-table, but Edwards is right to feel relatively satisfied with his own performance levels.
The 29-year-old has scored four times in 12 matches to date, and that puts him well on course to meet his goalscoring aim for the season.
Edwards scored eight times for the club during 2014/15, and he will have a big part to play if Wolves are to break out of their slump, and start climbing up the Championship table.