Mamelodi Sundowns striker Jeremy Brockie admits that he is yet to set his target for the upcoming 2018/19 season.
The New Zealand international is yet to stamp his authority in the Brazilians' starting line-up after joining from SuperSport United in January this year.
However, in his first six months with the Brazilians, Brockie lifted his first league title in South Africa as Sundowns recorded their eighth triumph.
While Brockie reveals that winning the league was a special moment for him, he has challenged himself to do more at Chloorkop.
As coach Pitso Mosimane and his technical team are set to welcome his players back for pre-season, the marksman expressed his desire to do contribute to further success at the Tshwane-based outfit.
"It was a very special moment to win the league. As a football player, the main trophy you want to win is the league title,” he told the Independent Media.
“I’m glad that I won it and hopefully we can go on again and win it back-to-back. I hope to have a bigger role on the field rather than from the squad play point of view,” he said.
“I’ve just been away on a holiday for a few weeks. We are going to camp next week and I will sit down in a nice corner with a pen and paper like I always do and write down my goals for the season,” continued the forward.
“I haven’t thought too much about it but winning the golden boot will be on that list,” he said.
Speaking about his personal ambitions, Brockie insists that he will break his duck at Sundowns soon.
“Pre-season starts on Monday. Everyone will start on a level field and it is up to me to try and take that opportunity to make an impact at the club this year,” he added.
“One of the reasons why I moved to Sundowns, was because I wanted to be part of a successful Champions League campaign after I watched them being successful a couple of years ago,” concluded Brockie.