The Cherries, who began the season on minus 17 points, have climbed out of the relegation places after winning four and drawing one of their last five outings.
Goulding claimed a brace in Tuesday's 4-1 win over Bradford to register his first goals since last September.
"I'd like to finish the season having scored eight to 10 goals, that would be nice," Goulding told the club's official website ahead of the clash against the Magpies on Saturday.
"You have to be positive and if I can reach that, I'll be really pleased.
"I know I have to keep working hard to keep my place in the team, but with a run of games, I'd like to think I could do it."