Duane Ofori-Acheampong is adamant Dover fans have seen nothing yet.
The imposing 6ft 4in striker has scored just once since joining Whites in July following his release by fellow Vanarama National League side Torquay United.
And to improve on that statistic, Ofori-Acheampong, who has made four starts in league games this season – scoring in the 2-1 win against Altrincham – knows what he’s got to do.
The 22-year-old said: “For a start, I’ve got to keep working as hard as I can and try to ensure I get a regular place in the team. I just want games and as many of them as possible.
“As a player, especially a young one like me, you need to get momentum into your game and you can only do that if you get minutes on a regular basis.
“Everyone who is a professional just wants to spend as much time as possible playing, it’s only natural.
“That’s what I am looking for, to get more starts and show what I can do. The more experience you get, the better you are going to become.
“You won’t score goals if you are sitting on the bench. I want to be out there playing and scoring goals, so I’ve got to keep giving it my all in everything I do to convince the gaffer to give me a go.
“It’s then up to me to make sure I take my opportunity. Scoring goals is what I do for a living, so that’s the only way I can repay the gaffer.”
When he’s not working hard in training or in the gym, how does Ofori-Acheampong like to relax?
It seems he can’t get football quite out of his system – he loves playing the Fifa football game.
He said: “I enjoy it and so do some of the other Dover lads. We might have to have a tournament but I’ll be wary of Murph – he’s pretty hot at it.”