ON-LOAN Cherries striker Sam Surridge has set his sights on topping the League Two goalscoring charts.

The 20-year-old frontman in July joined up with Oldham on a season-long deal and has struck five goals in his past five games in all competitions.

Formerly on loan at the likes of Poole Town, Weymouth and Yeovil Town, Surridge notched a quickfire brace during the Latics’ 3-0 win at Grimsby on Saturday.

He told the Oldham Times: “I want to end up at the top of the league’s goal list.

“There’s not really a set target but I want to keep on getting on the scoresheet.

“The main thing is to keep winning and - if we’re winning, I’m scoring - so it’s happy days.”

Surridge has helped Oldham to sixth in the table with 14 points from eight games.

With four strikes coming in the league this season, he averages a goal every 94 minutes.

The Cherries youngster is three strikes behind Tranmere’s James Norwood, who tops the list with seven. Former Cherries striker Jayden Stockley has five for Exeter.

Surridge played 53 times for Yeovil last season, scoring 10 times in all competitions.

He played 90 minutes in the Glovers’ 4-0 FA Cup fourth round defeat to Manchester United at Huish Park in January.