Peterbrough United's 'Mac Attack' are aiming to hammer in 50 goals in what they hope will be another goal-crazy season.
Craig Mackail-Smith and Aaron Mclean have bagged 97 between them in all competitions in the last two seasons as Posh won consecutive promotions.
Now Mackail-Smith has accepted a challenge from Chairman Darragh MacAnthony to hit 25 goals next season - and believes his strike partner can match it.
Mackail-Smith said: "I'll be working on every aspect of my game to try and meet my target of 25. I think Aaron can do the same."
The Posh hitman believes the good friendship and understanding with Mclean is the key to the success of their partnership, which began when they both moved to London Road in the 2007 January transfer window.
He said: "Myself and Aaron get on so well. We are great friends off the pitch and that helps us have a really good understanding on it.
"We both love to score goals, like any striker does, but we are unselfish and just as happy to create chances for each other.
"We are completely different players. Aaron has one hell of a leap on him and is brilliant with his back to goal. I am much more of a player who chases down defenders."
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