Marcus Dinanga is targeting another 30-goal haul this season as he looks to prove what he can offer Burton Albion in the future.
The Brewers academy graduate is currently on a season-long youth loan at National League North side AFC Telford United after penning a new one-year deal with Albion's senior side last month.
Dinanga - who found the net five times for Burton during an impressive run of pre-season performances - was in prolific form while on loan at Matlock Town last season, where he scored on 34 occasions and was named the Evo-Stik NPL Premier Division young player of the year.
And after taking his tally for the Bucks to six with a double in Saturday's 3-2 defeat to Chorley, Dinanga says he is pushing to gain an even more ruthless eye for goal and become Telford's go-to goalscorer in the coming months.
"I am doing extras in training, things like that," the Albion forward told the Shropshire Star.
"I need to work on my finishing more, so I can be more clinical in front of goal.
"I know I've wasted a few chances in the last few games.
"Hopefully that won't happen again and I can finish every chance I get - that is the only way I can get to that 30 mark I want.
"It's what all strikers want to be - I want to be the main striker.
"The only way I can do that is by showing I can score every game and the gaffer can trust me, and know that I can deliver every game."