Scott Hogan may have had a hat-trick against Preston on Saturday but he is also eyeing up a four-goal game.
The striker scored the opener 11 minutes before half-time and then goals two and three came within 196 seconds of each other to walk off with the match ball.
“I'll be looking for four in a game. I'll look for anything. If I get four then brilliant,” he said.
“I've got two, one and three. If I score one and we win, brilliant.
“If someone else scores one and we win, even better. John Egan scores the equaliser (at Villa) and we went wild.
“It doesn't matter. I'll score as many as I possibly can and hopefully we'll win as many games as we possibly can.”
Hogan believes he should already have had a hat-trick in a Brentford shirt but he remains confident of having a 50 per cent chance conversion rate.
He added: “I should have had a hat-trick a couple of times but sometimes it doesn't go in. Sometimes you have to accept the ball isn't going to go in every time.
“Today I think I had three shots and three goals. On another day I might have had five and no goals. I'll get chances and I'm confident of putting half of my chances away.”
Going into the contest, Egan had been joint top goalscorer with Hogan, which on a minor level, rankled with the striker.
He said: “To be fair, he comes over every game. He gets the boys going and he said come on Scotty you're going to score.
“I said I can't have you on three with me – I'm buzzing for you but it shouldn't happen like that.
“John Egan scores – brilliant. He attacks the ball well and causes problems in the box. Harlee Dean's goal – we caused all sorts of problem. The new set piece coach goes through things with us.
“Set pieces get looked at and analysed. We create chances off corners and mayhem. Harlee Dean's knockdown and great finish. There are so many bodies and anything can happen.”
It is Hogan's third career hat-trick and he is only looking forward and not back at his horrific run of bad luck where he suffered two anterior cruciate ligament injuries.
He added: “I've had two hat-tricks previously when I was at Rochdale in League Two which I really enjoyed but to score a Championship hat-trick is an achievement especially after what we don't talk about anymore (the injuries). We only look forward now.”
He then revealed: “I've got the two match balls in two cabinets so I'll have to wait for a bit.
“I only rent down here so I haven't got a permanent home down here to put them up. They'll stay in the spare room for the minute until I get a house and there'll be a room for them – don't worry.”