AFC Wimbledon new boy Ethan Chislett is aiming for double figures for goals this season.
The summer addition from Aldershot Town notched nine in the National League in the 2019-20 campaign before it was cut short due to the pandemic.
And Chislett took just 20 seconds to score on his League One bow for the Dons in the 2-2 draw at Northampton at the weekend.
“The target is obviously double figures for a midfielder,” he said. “I know this league is very difficult and so competitive – there is such a lot of games in a short time – but I genuinely believe I can do that this year.
“Having a bit of positive pressure is always a good thing. My best position is number 10. I do like to get in the box. Having said that, I’ve played deeper to try and get on the ball and build play. I’ve also played almost as a false winger.”
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