BREWERS defender Kyle McFadzean is hoping that he can prove to be a goal threat for Albion this season, after opening his account for the campaign against Sunderland.
The former MK Dons defender scored his first goal of the season when he powered home a header to secure a 2-1 win over the Black Cats. It was McFadzean’s first strike since he netted against Sheffield Wednesday two years ago.
He also went close once again when his goal-bound volley was blocked by Sunderland defender Jack Baldwin.
The 31-year-old has set himself a personal target to score more goals this season and hopes that he can continue his form against Barnsley on Saturday.
He said: "My aim this year is to get six or seven goals, I should've scored a couple already and I think my volley was on its way in, but obviously I'll take my header.
"I need to build on it. What I usually do, I usually score two in a row and then don't score again for a good while. So, hopefully I score again next week (away to Barnsley) and we can get another win.”