ADAM CLAYTON is targeting at least 10 goals this season – and is ready to add to his tally at home to Bristol City in the Championship this afternoon.

The Huddersfield Town midfielder is aiming for a third career win over the West Country side, having helped Leeds to a 2-1 home win and 3-0 away success over them last season.

He was on target in the Elland Road meeting with City, and has scored two so far for Town, taking his career total to 12.

"The team winning is the most important thing, but I like to make a contribution in as many ways as I can," said the 23-year-old close-season signing.

"I scored six times last season and I want to get into double figures this time. I’m confident that when chances come my way, I will put them away more times than not.

"I remember my goal against Bristol City last season, a drive into the top corner past David James, and while he isn’t there any more, I’d still like a repeat of the shot!"

Bristol head to West Yorkshire without a win in seven and having lost their last four games on the spin, but ex-Manchester City man Clayton insisted: "We won’t be looking at their record.

"We’ve just been beaten by two sides nearer the bottom than the top (Peterborough and Millwall) so we will have to be right on our game.

"We’re aiming to bounce back the way we did after losing two in a row against Watford and Leicester earlier this season.

"We’ve drawn a line under the last two games and we’re looking forward to another busy spell and adding some points to our tally.

"The camp is just as happy as it ever was and we want to go out in front of our own fans and give them something to cheer."