Brentford winger Florian Jozefzoon is looking to improve his goals and assists tally as he approaches his first full season at Griffin Park.
The Dutchman found the net against Barnsley, while setting up a further three goals for his team from his six starts and 13 substitute appearances after joining from PSV Eindhoven in January.
And, with the settling in period last season behind him, Jozefzoon is looking to improve that tally.
“I want to be important for the team and for the group,” he told the club's official site. “We want to get better as a group but I want to get better as a player.
“I want to achieve the max for myself and for the group. The main thing for me is to add goals and assists.
“It is only good for the team that you have got variety. There are so many games so having that will be good.”
Jozefzoon believes he has been able to adapt to English football during his first six months at the club and is ready to go ahead of the new campaign.
“I talked with the head coach, I talked to my agent, and I talked to my family and this is the right place for me to develop myself and to play matches,” the Brentford man added.
“There are a lot of matches in the Championship so, at this point in my career, it was best to stay here.
“I think my time here last season went well: I wasn’t pleased with everything but it was a nice time to get used to the competition, to the style of English football, and to my teammates and coaches.
“It is easier coming back, I am used to everybody already and now it is time to go.”