Tara Andrews already holds two records for the Newcastle Jets and could achieve another after a strong return to Sydney-based competition this year.
The 26-year-old Novocastrian is expected to be unveiled next week as part of Newcastle's 2020-21 W-League squad.
The former Matildas striker is eyeing her 11th season in the women's national league and closing in on 100 appearances for her home-town side.
She has played 94 games for the Jets, second only to Gema Simon, and is the club's all-time leading scorer with 34 goals to her name.
Andrews also holds the record for most goals in a game for Newcastle - she bagged four in a 7-1 rout of Adelaide in 2011.
Another sure to be on her radar is most goals in a season. American Katie Stengel holds that record for 10 goals in 2017-18 when the Jets made finals for only the second time. Andrews season-high tally of seven goals in 2010-11 is the second-best haul in a Jets season.
Last campaign she was Newcastle's leading scorer with five of the team's 12 goals in 12 games. The Jets ended 2019-20 with the wooden spoon after two wins, one draw and nine losses.
"I want to score more goals than last year and I want our whole team to score more goals because last year we probably didn't score enough," Andrews said.
"I'm hoping the front three, and the front five players, can combine really well this season and we'll be able to score more goals. I just want to play well every week and score as many as I can."
After two seasons of being the stand-out player of Herald Women's Premier League, Andrews returned to the National Premier League NSW Women's in Sydney and helped lead Manly to championship glory. She scored 13 goals in as many games, including the grand final winner.
"I went to Bali and missed the first two games then it stopped after that, so I didn't actually play until midway through the year when it all went back," Andrews said.
"I had a pretty big break and it was good to refresh. I went back into the season and did pretty well with Manly. It was really good to get back in that league. It's a lot more competitive than Newcastle.
"Going back into the Sydney league was a bit of a challenge for me, thinking, 'Can I do it again?' But I scored a fair few goals, so that brought my confidence up a lot and I guess taking that into W-League will be really big for me. We were playing against W-League players pretty much in every team in the Sydney competition so that's good going into the W-League season as well."
The Jets have lost attacking players Jenna Kingsley (retirement), Nicki Flannery (Canberra) and Teigan Collister (Western Sydney) as well as midfielders Libby Copus-Brown (Wanderers) and Clare Wheeler (Sydney). Paige Kingston-Hogg, also a midfielder, will miss the season through injury.
While other clubs have been making player announcements, the Jets are yet to officially name any of their 2020-21 signings.
Jets coach Ash Wilson is expected to reveal her 18-player squad next week ahead of pre-season training, which is set to commence on November 16. The W-League starts on December 27.
Scoring is one area she wants to see improvement.
"That was a bit of an issue last year," Wilson said. "Tara was probably one of the only ones consistently putting goals away. I've been super impressed with her season in Sydney and I'm really happy with how she's performing, but also really making sure when we're looking at the squad that there's other people that we can bring in that will complement her and take a little bit of pressure off her at times.
"There's going to be lots of variety in there, lots of flexibility. There's going to be some new faces because it's no secret we've lost a few, but I'm happy with the players I'm bringing in. I'm excited to see what they can do and how they're going to gel together as a team.
"The good thing is everyone that we're looking at at the moment has positive attitudes and just want to really put their best foot forward as an individual but as a team as well."