Rajiv van La Parra aims to carry on attacking as Huddersfield Town approach a trio of key away days.
Tuesday-evening engagements with Shrewsbury Town, in the English Football League Cup first round, and Aston Villa come either side of Saturday’s trip to Newcastle United.
Town aim to build on Saturday’s 2-1 opening-day Championship home win over Brentford when they make their first trip to Shrewsbury’s Greenhous Meadow.
Van La Parra, who became one of 12 senior summer signings when Town made his loan move from Wolves permanent for £750,000, was in the starting side against Brentford.
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The wideman took over up front after Elias Kachunga was forced off injured.
And the 25-year-old Dutchman said: “I want 10 goals and as many assists this season,” said van La Parra. “That’s my aim and I am going to work extremely hard to get there.
“That’s the target I have set myself.”
The Feyenoord youth product says head coach David Wagner has given him a licence to thrill.
“It is really good for me and I am enjoying the style of play,” he explained.
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“When I have the ball the coach wants me to make things happen. He asks me to be brave.
“It is up to me whether I go on the outside or cut in but he wants me to be a danger.”
Wagner named all 12 of his new recruits in Saturday’s 18-man squad and started eight of them.
And van La Parra says there is already a togetherness other clubs will struggle to match.
“Hopefully people will have been able to see that out on the pitch,” he said.
“We worked well together in pre-season and it doesn’t feel like there are any new players.”