Kilmarnock midfielder Gary Harkins has given himself a target of improving his end product after being disappointed with his debut season at Rugby Park.
Harkins impressed many observers in an attacking midfield role after signing from Dundee and helped Killie win the Scottish Communities League Cup, but he was not quite so pleased with himself.
The 27-year-old hit two goals on the way to the Hampden triumph over Celtic but only scored once in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.
Harkins netted a brilliant solo goal against Motherwell earlier this season from an advanced midfield role and Paul Heffernan's broken collarbone has put more responsibility on his shoulders.
But he appears to be his own harshest critic as he prepares to return to the starting line-up for Saturday`s SPL visit of St Mirren.
"I put the pressure on myself," the former Blackburn trainee said. "I had a disappointing season last year for myself. I thought I had started this season a lot better and then daft head knocks slowed me down a bit.
"But I'm looking forward to getting back into it and hopefully scoring a few more goals.
"Personally I didn't score enough goals or create enough last year, and I'll hopefully do more this year.
"I did okay but as a player you always want to do a bit better and that's what I have set my sights on this year."