Kane Rowland: My Main Target is to Score and Create as Many Goals as Possible
Kane Rowland joined Ramsgate on an initial 1-month loan just under 2 weeks ago and the 23-year old striker has had a great impact so far.
Now, his focus is to help aid Nick Davis' side move further up the table to potentially challenge for a play-off spot at the end of the season.
The Rams have Horsham FC up next though, who currently sit 4th in The Bostik South East table.
Rowland admits while Ramsgate go into the game as underdogs, they're more than capable of adding to their 4-game unbeaten run.
"A win would be huge as it would keep our run going and possibly move us into the top half of the table," Kane said
"They are obviously favourites with their position in the league but there is no reason why we can't go there and get a result,"
"The club as a whole would love to be in with a shout of the play-offs going into the final few weeks of the season - so a win would help that out massively."
The former Sittingbourne star is also reasonably happy with his start to life at Ramsgate, starting both games since his return.
"In the first game I felt I played a bit poor, but then I played a lot better in our most recent match, getting a goal and assist," Kane said.
"I linked well with the other three in attack. The main target is to score and create as many goals as possible to help the team."
"There is a very good atmosphere in the changing room and a good team spirit on and off the pitch."