The former Fulham striker missed the end of last season with an ankle injury but has enjoyed a full pre-season and is fit and ready ahead of the new campaign.
He has netted twice in Cheltenham's three summer friendlies and is now aiming high ahead of the new campaign.
"It is up to you to be greedy sometimes and that's the way I am going to be," Hammond told the Gloucestershire Echo.
"If someone sets me up for a tap-in that's a bonus, but I can't rely on them and I have to try to create chances on my own.
"Some of the other players might get annoyed, but forwards are like that and the way I am feeling now, I am going to keep doing it regardless."