Liverpool summer signing Adam Lallana is targeting to score 10 goals in the Premier League this season.
The England international was signed by Brendan Rodgers from Southampton and missed the first few fixtures due to injury. The midfielder opened his account for the Merseyside club during Liverpool's 2-1 victory over West Bromwich Albion at Anfield.
Lallana has expressed his delight after scoring his first goal for Liverpool. The Reds midfielder remains hopeful his club teammates Philippe Coutinho, Jordan Henderson and Raheem Sterling could also reach double figures this campaign.
"A lot of my feelings were represented in my celebration. It was a proud moment and a bit of relief. I got nine in the league last season so it would be nice to get double figures," Lallana told the Liverpool Echo.
"We have got to chip in, the likes of me, Philippe (Coutinho), Hendo and Raheem (Sterling). We know we've all got to chip in and get goals. If we do that, we'll find ourselves winning a lot more games."
The result against the Baggies on Saturday saw Liverpool end their match winless streak. Liverpool suffered a 1-0 defeat against FC Basel in the Champions League fixture prior to the West Brom clash.
Lallana believes the victory against Alan Irvine's side was very crucial for Liverpool after their difficult start to the season.
"It's always nice to get off the mark but more importantly we got the three points and that is a step in the right direction," the England midfielder said.
"The win is massive for everyone involved in the club. It's no secret that we've had a tough few games, but we dug in, which we knew we had to."
"West Brom were resilient and coming off the back of two good results. Teams come here and make it difficult for us, but credit to the lads, the manager and the fans, they stayed with us. We got the win in the end which was what it was all about."
"We know it was a poor team display at Basel, but the best thing is that three days later we had another game. We used that to our advantage and got the three points," Lallana concluded.