Brentford defender Yoann Barbet hopes to hit the back of the net a few more times this season and has revealed he works extra on taking free-kicks in training.
The 24-year-old has scored the opening goal in two of Brentford's last three games.
And he's targeted Millwall on Saturday to grab his third of the campaign.
"I am defender first but if I can help the team score goals then I will do it," said Barbet, speaking at Thursday's pre-match press conference.
"I hope to do that on Saturday if I'm playing. We work on free-kicks and it paid off against Bolton, so I was really happy.
"I hope to score more from free-kicks or from corners, which we also work on a lot. I am trying to help the team and if it works, then great."
Barbet has opened up on his free-kick at the club's training ground, and admits it won't always be him taking them.
"I do extra training on free-kicks. I may do 20 or 30 shots, it depends on how I feel physically," he said.
"Now I hope it pays off. I think I will take them but it also depends on the situation, where the goalkeeper is and how he sets his wall up.
"Sometimes one player can around the wall, and they may expect me to shoot but it doesn't end up being me, so we have to surprise them.
"It just depends on the situation on the pitch."