Cherries: Hollands looking for a perfect 10

05 November 2009 07:00
CHERRIES captain Danny Hollands believes he must propel his goals tally into double figures if his season is to be considered a personal success.[LNB] The 23-year-old, who netted three goals last month, sets himself high standards and won't be happy until he hits a 10-goal target from midfield.[LNB] I've got to try to get into double figures so I can say to myself I've had a good season, said the former Chelsea reserve team skipper.[LNB] I had seven last year which wasn't far off, but hopefully this year I can try to get to that 10 mark and, as a group of lads, hopefully we can achieve something.[LNB] I think last season I was second top goalscorer, but this season Brett (Pitman) is running away with it.[LNB] You have your strikers to be the top goalscorers but everyone in the team has got to try to chip in.[LNB] I class myself as a box-to-box midfielder and I try to grab as many goals as I can.[LNB] Since Howe took charge, Hollands only trails Pitman in the goalscoring stakes, despite being called upon to do his share of the defensive duties.[LNB] In some ways me and Anton Robinson are told to sit and let the two wingers do their stuff, said the central midfielder.[LNB] We've got Liam Feeney who's very attack-minded, but if I can break forward, the gaffer says do so, and I was lucky to get three goals last month.[LNB]

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