Aston Villa winger Albert Adomah is unsatisfied with his output despite having hit an overwhelming 10 Championship goals thus far this season.
The 30-year-old has been the Lions' talisman this term, his goals having propelled the side to their current fifth position.
However, after 17 matches involving 14 starts, the Ghana international is still an unfulfilled player.
“I think I’ve done well scoring for the team but, at the same time, I haven’t achieved one of my targets – assisting goals,” Adomah told the News & Record.
“People say that I’m scoring so that can only be a good thing but my main target is to assist because I’m a creative winger and I’m still looking to do that more frequently.
“My target is ten assists and I’ve only got one so far. I’ve reached the target of ten goals but I’ve got a long way to go to hit my assists target.”
Last season, Adomah contributed 10 assists and three goals as Villa finished 13th on the log.
He joined Steve Bruce's outfit from Middlesbrough in summer last year.
The England-born was also once on the books of lower tier sides Harrow Borough, Barnet and Bristol City.