Brighton & Hove Albion striker Bobby Zamora says he isn't setting any personal goal targets for the season ahead, but says the team are aiming for a play-off spot.
Speaking last night, he said, "I will take one game at a time, and aim to do as well as I can. My game has changed a bit and it's probably not as prolific as I would like, but I hope to bring a lot to the team, in terms of holding the ball up and bringing other players into the game."
The former England striker has twice been the play-off final matchwinner for West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers, and feels that a top-six spot must be Albion's objective for the new campaign.
"Hopefully all the new players can gel and we can do well. Promotion is key, we're here to get promoted, so that's got to be our aim and we'll try to do that.
"The aim has to be to try to get into the play-offs, or better. Once you get into the play-offs, then anything can happen.
"If you're going to be successful, you've got to show togetherness as a team. It's also down to having the ability not to lose; and to put your body on the line. Hopefully we can do that and be a tough team to beat."
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Meanwhile, Zamora admitted he is looking forward to getting back amongst the squad, and training with his new teammates.
"I probably need to get some minutes under my belt. It's hard to do a so-called pre-season on your own, on a treadmill or bike, but now I'm looking forward to training.
"After being in the game for so many years, You miss pre-season, even though it is hard and can be quite horrible, you miss the banter in the changing room. I'm sure I'll be fit very soon."
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