Cape Town - SuperSport United striker Jeremy Brockie intends to prove that his high goal-scoring ratio since arriving at the club was no fluke.
The New Zealand international joined Matsatsantsa during the January transfer window and instantly set the PSL scene alight with 10 goals in 17 appearances.
The former Wellington Phoenix forward topped the scoring charts for United, jointly with Dove Wome, and is now looking to push on in the 2015/16 campaign.
"If I don't score goals in the new season, it will look like I had a lucky half-season," Brockie told KickOff.
"I'll be working hard to make sure I get to the 10-goal mark and hopefully better it, but the most important thing is for the team to win trophies."
With United pitted against Orlando Pirates in their opening Premiership match of the new season, the 27-year-old is eager to get off the mark early.
"There are plenty of talented players here that are going to provide opportunities for me so it's always nice to get off the mark nice and early. I'll be looking to do that against Orlando Pirates in the first round," he concluded.