The 24-year-old has bagged four times so far, with the latest coming in the impressive 4-1 win over Gillingham a fortnight ago, and he is keen to surpass last season's tally of nine.
"Obviously it is not my job to score goals but after being top goalscoring midfielder last season, it's what people look at," he told Press Association Sport.
"If I am creating or scoring, whichever one I don't really mind.
"I got nine last season, I am on form to do the same this season or even get better and it's the same with the assists, I just try and get as many as I can and I think I am doing alright with those as well.
"So I just have to keep going and see how many I can get."
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