Summer signing Gustavo Hamer hopes he will continue to be on set-piece duty for Coventry City when the new campaign gets underway.
The midfielder has had plenty of practice with dead-ball situations for the Sky Blues in pre-season.
And as City look to make their mark in the Championship, Hamer would love to be on target with a few free-kicks.
The 23-year-old is aiming to find the back of the net with a few, as well as create goalscoring opportunities for his teammates, as he looks to hit the ground running in English football.
“I like to take set-pieces and I have the opportunity to take them,” he told the club website.
“I’ll do my best and I hope to score and create a lot of goals from set-pieces this season.
“It’s been a long pre-season, I can’t wait to finally start the season now, in a week’s time. We’re ready.”
Hamer joined Mark Robins’ side from PEC Zwolle this summer and has been using a busy run of friendlies to get to know the rest of the squad.
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He played 90 minutes in the first of two games against Peterborough United on Saturday, playing his part in a 2-1 win.
And he is looking forward to the first game of the season next Saturday, when City face MK Dons in the Carabao Cup.
“It was good to win,” he said. “We’re one game closer to starting the season, before we play MK Dons, everybody wants to play 90 minutes.
“Everybody needs to be fit for the start of the season.”