Billy Bodin believes he is very capable of reaching double figures in goals this campaign after Saturday's double against Maidenhead took his tally this season to five.

Four have now come in the league and FA Cup - to add to the one he notched in the Carabao Cup back in August.

Bodin, who has now caught up with Greg Leigh and Mark Harris as joint top scorer, said: "It's always nice to get on the scoresheet and hopefully I can get a few more in the league now.

"To be fair I probably should have had a fair few more this season - the Stevenage chance comes to mind, I'm fuming about that - but I've just got to try my hardest every time I'm out there.

"I think the last few seasons I probably should have got double figures, to be honest, I've just come short. Whether it's just a lack of concentration sometimes in the finishing or a bit of sloppiness - but, yes, I definitely feel I can reach that goal this season.

"My target is always just to beat the season before and the way it's started I'll try to aim for 10, maybe 15 - if I can get that I'll be happy.

"I know I've got the ability and movement to create a chance or two."

Bodin acknowledged that United's all-round performance on the day was not great, but his first goal, when he converted Stan Mills' cross, showed what the team can do.

"It's always nice to score two tap-ins like that and I probably should have had another one in the first half to put the game to bed a bit sooner.

"My first one was a great team goal, there were 10 or 15 passes before. They're the goals we want to be creating a lot more.

"The second one the keeper got a hand to - I'd have preferred it if he hadn't - but thankfully it bounced in my path and was then just a nice tap-in.

"At times it wasn't pretty," he said. "We made it quite hard for ourselves.

"All the lads know we can play a lot better, we're a little bit disappointed, but in these competitions the main thing is to get through and that's what we did.

"Although the performance wasn't great, we're through."

Bodin had the setback of not being in Liam Manning's starting XI when the season began, yet is now letting his boots do the talking.

"To not get the nod for the first game was disappointing but you've just got to get your head down and show what you can do on the pitch," he said.

"Anyone who doesn't start is always going to be frustrated. It's just how you react and show the manager what you can do that counts."