DOMINIC Solanke is looking to hit the 20-goal mark in the Premier League this season.

The striker took his tally to 16 with a header against Everton on Saturday.

That effort saw him become just the second player to reach 16 top-flight goals in a single season for Cherries, matching the feat of Joshua King in the 2016-17 campaign.

But Solanke hopes he is not done there, looking to become the first Cherries player to make it to 20, with nine fixtures still remaining this season.

Speaking to Sky Sports after Saturday’s 2-1 win against the Toffees, in quotes reported by BBC, Solanke said: “I go into every game looking to score and I get a bit disappointed when I don’t.

“I’ve set small targets – 20 is the next target I’d like to hit.”

Discussing Solanke’s record in front of goal this season, with his previous best tally in a Premier League season coming last campaign when he bagged six, Iraola said: “Dom has been really good since the first day I was here.

“It is not like he has been improving. He has been really consistent all season.

“It is not like he is in good form, he is playing like this all season.

“He is giving us a lot of things apart from the goals and he is very complete as a player.

“He can attack the spaces, he can come to receive and link play for his teammates, he is a very good presser, he reads situations well. He is a very good player.”

Asked if he has done anything special with Solanke to improve those numbers since taking over as head coach, Iraola added: “I try to improve him, obviously, but I don’t feel I am the main reason, no. I don’t feel that.

“I just think he is a very good player.”