Celtic striker Gary Hooper has set his sights on more goals this season as he bids to beat team-mate Anthony Stokes in the scoring charts.
Both players were on target as the Hoops ran out 3-1 winners over Hibernian in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League on Wednesday, with Stokes setting the ball rolling with the opener, before Hooper claimed a double.
Stokes still remains in front with 19 goals to Hooper's 17 but the Englishman says there is still time for him to come out on top.
He said: "He's two ahead of me in total and I'm one ahead in league goals.
"There are nine games left and I just hope I keep scoring. It's got to be about the league goals!"