Jo Kuffour says the team winning games is more important than him adding goals to his tally.
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“I’m getting used to maybe not starting every game and just being ready when I’m asked. It’s just adapting to it really, but I feel fitter and just want to kick on now.”
“Gaz has brought in a lot of good strikers so it’s good for the club - it keeps you on your toes.
“It’s the first club I’ve been at where I haven’t been a regular starter, but it’s good healthy competition.
He added: “I would like to get to double figures. I’m the sort of player that once I score one I’ll go on a run and score a few, so that’s what I want to do.
But as a typical striker, Kuffour wants to bag at least another six goals in the second half of the season to take him to pass the 10-goal mark.
“The main aim is to push us up the table. I don’t really care who scores as long as we win games, it’s a better atmosphere when you are winning games.”
“Things are going well,” he said. “They could be better but they could be worse as well, so I’ve got to be thankful and I’ve got to try to continue helping the team.
The 32-year-old scored inside 14 seconds on his return to the starting XI for the first time in over a month in the 4-1 win at Northampton Town, prior to performing well against Newport County on Boxing Day.