Cape Town - Despite making a very bright start to his time with Orlando Pirates, attacking midfielder Dove Wome wants to make a far greater all-round impact.
The Togo international, who arrived from SuperSport on a loan deal in the January transfer window, has been a very positive addition to the Bucs attack.
He has scored twice in six league games and also notched a goal in the Nedbank Cup.
Wome says is feeling at home with the Sea Robbers, but plans to up his efforts even further to make an even greater impression.
"I have settled in because I know some players I played with at other clubs (like Thabo Matlaba, Mpho Makola and Ayanda Gcaba, during their time together at former club Free State Stars)," Wome was quoted saying by the SowetanLIVE website.
"I'm happy to be getting game-time but not happy with the performance. I can feel at the end of every game that I have to give more, that's why I say I'm not happy.
"I have to help the team in many ways. I can help them defend, create and score goals," the 25-year-old added.
Pirates face Wome's previous club Free State Stars for the second time in succession when they clash in a Nedbank Cup last 16 encounter this Saturday. Stars edged Bucs 3-2 in the league last weekend.