Bournemouth midfielder Joshua King says he is enjoying his role as an attacker after deputising up-front for the injured Callum Wilson.
A hat-trick in the 3-2 win over West Ham made it 11 goals for the season and he is enjoying his role further forward for the Cherries.
“I’m enjoying playing higher up the pitch as a two-man pair alongside Benik Afobe,” he told BBC Radio Solent.
“I like playing under pressure. Any side we play against, Benik and I are going to cause a problem when we’re on it and I’m enjoying that.
“I had set myself a target of 15 goals at the start of the season, but I just want to help the team and try and score as many as I can to climb that table with my team-mates.”
The 25-year-old King became the sixth Norwegian to net a Premier League hat-trick joining illustrious names such as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Tore Andre Flo, as Bournemouth picked up a first win of 2017.