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In-form Bristol City striker Bobby Reid admits he has set himself a personal goals target but he is keeping that figure close to his chest.
The City academy graduate transitioned from midfield to the forward role over the summer and is the club's top scorer this season, having netted 10 goals in all competitions.
The latest of those came in the 2-0 win against Fulham at Craven Cottage on Tuesday night.
Speaking after the match, Reid told BCTV: "I think the game went well. I think our game plan worked perfectly for us and we got our goals early enough to see the game out. We could probably have played better in the second half and controlled it more but overall we have got the three points here and everyone is happy.
"I think that going forward you are going to get more chances, the goals keep flying in for me and I keep on plugging away. I have now got 10 goals and I want to carry it on, keep winning games and see where that takes us.
"I've got a personal target that I keep to myself but I just want to take it game by game, keep scoring but the main thing is to keep winning for the team."
The result means three straight wins for City - two of those away from Ashton Gate - and Lee Johnson's squad now prepare to host Cardiff City in the Severnside Derby on Saturday (12pm).
Reid said: "I think back-to-back wins are crucial in this league to push away from the teams below us and if we can carry that on and keep this unbeaten run going then who knows where we will go?
"I think form goes out of the window for Saturday's game. It's going to be a scrap, a battle but we are ready for it."
WHAT HE SAID
"I've got a personal target that I keep to myself...but the main thing is to keep winning for the team."
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