Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling says he was 15 goals short of his target when the Premier League season was suspended.
The England international had scored 20 goals in 39 appearances in all competitions when the campaign was ground to a halt by the coronavirus pandemic.
He was well on course to beat his tally of 25 the previous season, despite not scoring since December, but reckons he should already have 30-plus to his name.
“At the end of the day you want to have trophies to back up that season because 10 years from now you can score a lot of goals, but if I can’t look back on those goals as being important for my team and having a great value then those goals were pointless.
“It is one of those, to try and contribute as much as I can but at the end of the season have some medals to show for it.
“There are times where, even this season, it was December, I was on 20 goals and I was not satisfied.
“It is one of those where I will try to push myself and even when the pressure gets a bit too much we keep going and keep striving.”
That determination to improve and be better is a mentality that Sterling says has been instilled into him at City.
“During my time at City, the most important thing I have learnt is the value of winning,” he added to the BBC. “Before it was, if I won a game then it was good and if I lost a game I was disappointed, but it doesn’t burn you as much.
“I think that is a great surrounding to be in, that nobody wants to lose or accepts losing.
“I think that is the biggest thing I have learnt since I have been there and is something that I carry with me, not just in football but in anything I do, just that winning mentality to constantly want to win and to not take defeat for an answer.”