Jon Stead has admitted he would have liked to score more goals than he has done so far this season, although he's happy with his general play.
The 34-year-old has scored five times in this campaign but has nonetheless put in good performances to help Notts County to second in the League Two table.
“I think my all-round game has been some of the best of my career this year,” Stead told the Nottingham Post.
“But I’ve ended up sacrificing goals and that’s been disappointing.
“I think I’ve got five for the season so far and that isn’t enough. It’s something that I want to improve and I’ve still got a chance of getting the kind of totals of the last two seasons.
“But I look at the games we have played this season and I do think I’ve played a major part in that during the time I’ve been on the pitch.
“So in many respects I am happy with that but as a striker you are judged on goals.
“For me, I would rather have 10 top performances and a couple of goals rather than eight goals and poor performances.
“I have prided myself on my all-round game throughout my career but if I get more goals then I would be very happy.”