ROBBIE SIMPSON wants to top both the goalscoring and goal-making charts at Oldham this season.
The former Huddersfield Town striker continues the countdown to the new campaign when his old club visit Boundary Park tomorrow.
While Town are preparing for the Championship, the Latics are aiming for success in League I under Paul Dickov.
Both manager and player have committed themselves to the cause, with Dickov rejecting overtures from Crawley and Simpson also staying loyal.
The 27-year was unable to make his mark with Town, who signed him for £300,000 from Coventry three years ago.
Hit by injuries, he managed only one goal in 16 appearances, just five of which were starts and spent the 2010-11 campaign on loan at Brentford, notching eight times in 18 matches.
And after being told by then-Town chief Lee Clark that he didn’t figure in his plans for last season, he joined Oldham at the end of the August transfer window.
While the initial move was on loan, the Lancashire club took over his contract, which ran until the end of the season, in January.
A nine-goal return for the campaign alerted a string of rival clubs, and Simpson had offers from elsewhere before he penned a new 12-month deal.
Simpson has netted four times so far in pre-season, including one in Tuesday’s 2-1 home win over Manchester City.
And he said: “In the role I play, you would probably be happy with double figures in terms of goals.
“But if I can stay injury free, then I would be looking for 15 goals and 15 assists. If I can get there I would be happy.”