Bournemouth striker Josh King has insisted he has an instant Manchester United goalkeeper Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in his sights.
Solskjaer is currently changing Manchester United according to his own image as he seeks to promote the club as their manager after years of track following Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement in 2013.
However, the former striker remains a legend at Old Trafford because of his extremely successful playing career and is the most prolific Norwegian to even play in the Premier League with 91 goals.
King sits behind the Manchester United legend on the Norwegian ladder with 42 goals and admits it would be great if he could surpass Solskjaer in the coming years.
The Bournemouth striker wants to meet the Manchester United boss and tell him about his goal in person.
"I want to catch Ole", King told Norwegian television TV2 when asked about the record.
"I didn't think too much about it, but it would be fun to be the little boy from Romsas who has the most goals for the Norwegian in the Premier League.
"I said I'd leave [John] Carew [the former Aston Villa striker with 41 goals] behind me and I have.
"I'll have to wait until I meet Ole before I tell him I want to catch him."
King also spent time in the youth ranks of Manchester United and scored 12 Premier League goals last season for the Cherries.