Harry Bunn has called on Huddersfield Town to build on their Championship victory at Nottingham Forest and return to winning ways at home.
David Wagner’s 17th-placed side host Wolves, who are 12th, on Saturday, and Bunn wants a 10th triumph of the season.
The 23-year-old is targeting a 30th appearance of the campaign, and a 65th in total for Town since moving from Manchester City two years ago.
And if selected, last season’s second-top scorer with nine be looking to add to his tallies of five goals and eight assists.
The player who set up Philip Billing for his sizzling strike at Forest said: “Scoring and making goals is a big part of my job.
“I would like to get a few more goals and I have set myself a target for the season, although I’m keeping it to myself.
“My total of assists is better than last season, and that’s also something I want to improve on.”
“Our home form had previously been solid, and we need to get back to that,” added Bunn, who can boast an 81% pass success rate this time around.
“Most successful teams tend to win the bulk of their home games and pick up as much as they can away.
“I’d like to think we can be a top-10 side this season, and if not that, certainly make the top half of the table.”
Head coach Wagner will have Bunn’s fellow forward Jamie Paterson available against Kenny Jackett’s side.
The on-loan 24-year-old wasn’t allowed to face his parent club Forest at the City Ground, where Town won 2-0.
Injury-plagued Wolves, without a win in five, could welcome back experienced defender Mike Williamson after a hamstring injury.
The 32-year-old is still awaiting his second debut after completing a £250,000 move from Newcastle United after an earlier loan stint.