Walsall striker Caolan Lavery was pleased to reach the 10-goal landmark and is keen to continue adding to his goal tally.
The 27-year-old reached the landmark with his strike against Crewe Alexandra last week.
Lavery has been happy with his progress so far but admitted he still would have liked to have scored even more goals.
“So far so good but as any striker will say, I should probably have a few more,” he said.
“I’m happy to get to the double figure mark and we’ll see what happens in the next few games.”
The Saddlers have lost their last three matches and will be looking to end that run when they take on Forest Green Rovers tomorrow.
Lavery insists spirits are still high and says the team are fully motivated to get back on track this weekend.
“The last few games haven’t killed that mood or that positivity but it’s disappointing because we all want to start winning football games again,” he admitted.
“You don’t want to go two on the bounce, you don’t want to go three on the bounce and we don’t want to go four on the bounce so it’s motivation and we want to set the right this weekend.
“Every game in this division can be tough, it depends who wins the fight on the day so I don’t think it really matters about scrapping for points or teams at the top of the division, every team is going to give you a tough test.”