Adam Armstrong insists he never sets himself goal targets for a season but was pleased to pass the 50 goal mark for Blackburn Rovers as he sets his sights on finding the back of the net as frequently as possible.
The 24-year-old netted his 50th and 51st league goals for the Ewood Park club over the weekend as Rovers came from behind twice to take a point on the road against Cardiff City.
Will Vaulks and Joe Ralls both scored for the Bluebirds but Armstrong brought Blackburn back on level terms on both occasions, the second one being a last minute equaliser.
The former Newcastle United forward has now scored 51 goals for the Lancashire club in both League One and the Championship.
He now sits 23rd on the list of Blackburn's highest league goalscorers, with the strikes at the weekend taking him above club legend David Dunn and one behind Danny Graham.
The club's top league scorer is Simon Garner with 168 to his name and Armstrong is still more than 100 behind the striker's record.
And though Armstrong admits he does not set himself goal targets, he is pleased to have scored so many goals for a 'great club' in the form of Rovers and is pleased to reach the milestone.
“Milestones always mean a lot and my job is to score goals," he told iFollow Rovers.
“I’ve done it quite well ever since I was little so to get another milestone is great.
“It means so much to score so many goals for this great club.
“I take each game as it comes, I try to create chances and it was nice to put a couple away.
“I’ve never set targets, but it’s just about trying to get as many goals as I can on an individual basis."