Midfielder Mesut Ozil says he wants to score more goals for Arsenal this season.
Echoing the sentiments of manager Arsene Wenger, the German has recognised that his game can improve in front of goal.
He scored only five goals in 32 games in all competitions last season, a number that he is eager to improve.
"I want to score more goals than in the last two seasons and that's my aim for this season," Ozil Arsenal's official website.
"I think now and then I need to become a bit more selfish - then I'd definitely score more goals.
"But I'm a player who thinks for the team first and not for my own needs and that's why I will carry on to play the way I always do.
"I think that's one of my distinguishing characteristics.
"[But] for me, it's not just goals and assists that mean everything, what's more important is that we're successful as a team.
"My aim is to help the team and I'll do all I can to achieve that.
"In truth, I'm more the sort of player who doesn't really go for goal, I tend to look for my team-mates."