Charlie MacDonald wants to break the 20-goal barrier after his hat-trick helped Brentford cruise to victory against Chester City.
The former Southend striker took his tally for the season to 15 with a 25-minute first-half treble - five minutes faster than partner Jordan Rhodes managed at Shrewsbury a week earlier.
MacDonald managed just a solitary strike during a disappointing season at Roots Hall, but has rediscovered his shooting boots under Andy Scott.
And the 27-year-old reckons being given a proper run in the side is the reason for his success.
He said: "That's the first senior league hat-trick I've managed to clock up.
"Playing games every week is the main reasons why I'm reaping the rewards at the moment.
"I've always stated that if I'm playing and getting chances I will score goals.
"My best tally was 28 for Gravesend & Northfleet (now Ebbsfleet). Now I want to get over 20.
"We've got 16 games to go, and if I don't get that then I'll be very, very disappointed.
"If I can keep scoring goals then it means the team are doing okay and we're on the right track."