Armand Gnanduillet is not content with hitting double figures for the season and already has his sights set on scoring more goals for the club.
The striker notched his 10th goal of the campaign away to Coventry City yesterday, bringing to an end a run of games without one.
“I haven’t been scoring for since a month, I think, because my last goal was against Charlton. I want to score goals and I want to score as many as I can, so I was a little bit frustrated because it didn’t come,” Gnanduillet admitted.
“I had just the one chance (against Coventry) and I took it. It was a good ball from Tilty and I have to help my team-mates the most I can.
“If I can score goals and give assists as well, then it’s what I will do. I’m on 10 goals this season, but I’m not happy with that because I want more. I will keep working hard in training and keep doing what I have been doing since I came back.”
Though Gnanduillet’s goal helped secure the result at 2-0, he reserved special praise for his friend Christoffer Mafoumbi, who kept a third consecutive clean sheet.
“Chris played well in the first-half and the full game. It’s not easy to be a ‘keeper and it’s not easy to be in his position. I think in the last three games he has been outstanding and against Coventry he was our best player. The back four as well were top class,” he added.