Aboubakar Kamara is setting his sights high as he aims to continue his excellent form in front of goal.
The striker netted four times in around 130 minutes over the New Year period, and he wants to maintain that prowess by scoring every time he pulls on the Fulham shirt.
“If I can try to get at least one goal each game that would be a good ratio and a good platform to build from,” he told fulhamfc.com.
“It’s always good to get on the scoresheet, for me, my family, the team and supporters. It’s important to carry on in a positive way, we can’t stop, there are a lot of matches left and a chance to keep climbing the table.”
Kamara had opportunities to open the scoring in the first half against Ipswich Town, while a hat-trick eluded him in stoppage time at the end of the game.
“I was a little bit frustrated to begin with seeing as I nearly scored [in the first half],” he admitted. “And when I missed my first chance this stressed me a little, however in the second half we rallied and we attacked well which was rewarded in the end.
“Yes, I had the chance to score a hat-trick but it wasn’t to be this time, hopefully next time.”
Fulham have now won six of our previous nine outings – included the last four at home – something Kamara believes is a result of the squad doing things the correct way.
“Confidence is hard to come by, but this is achieved by doing the right things in training,” he explained. “You know that one day all the hard work will finally pay off, and this is how we must continue.“There is a lot of confidence in the team, my teammates are always encouraging me, even when I missed the chance in the first half they were spurring me on and this is good both for me personally and the team as a whole.”