EAGER Jordan Copp is looking to add more goals to his game.
The former Plymouth Argyle and Truro City man, who has operated further forward for the Terras this term, also believes that Weymouth are capable of adding to their scoring tally from all over the pitch.
Copp struck in Weymouth’s FA Trophy victory over Winchester last time out to bag his fourth of the campaign in all competitions.
And while setting himself a target of 10 strikes for the season, the Terras’ favourite is hungry to help boost the squad’s firepower.
“For the first time in my career I feel as if I have got goals in me,” Copp told Echosport.
He added: “I haven’t ever said that before!
“I think I have got four already this season, which in itself I think is one of my best returns.
“Last season I enjoyed playing left-back but this year I have played up top in a three and at the minute I am playing wide left or wide right.
“I feel as if I have done enough to stay in the team.”
He added: “Last season the whole team relied a lot on Yetts (Stewart Yetton) to score and I think it’s important for a lot of us now to add a goal threat because we can’t be relying on one person.
“The one thing that Micky (Greeno) always says to me is that when you get the chance pull the trigger.
“I set myself a target at the start of the season, I would like to hit 10 so I think I am on track.”