Jamal Lewis wants to help Norwich City build on their solid foundations for the remainder of the Sky Bet Championship season.
The Canaries have made a habit of running an extremely tight ship defensively this campaign, particularly since the turn of the new year as they prepare to host Nottingham Forest on Tuesday (7:45pm).
Adding goals is the next area of focus according to Lewis, who told the media on Monday: "We've been harder to beat and more flexible.
"We want to play good football against Nottingham Forest and create chances. Hopefully we can score some goals.
"For me, since I've been involved, the first half against Bolton was our best 45 minutes. It felt like a loss because they didn't test us."
Lewis says he feels more and more settled within the side as time goes on, and added: "As each game passes, I get more confident.
"The lads have helped me become one of the team. It's been a good learning process but I feel part of it now.
"I just try to do my job. It would be good to chip in with some goals and assists now.
"The boss has taken me in and developed my game. He helps me on a daily basis and gave me my chance so I try to repay him every game."