Exeter midfielder Matt Grimes says he wants to score more goals from open play, with all three in his senior career to date coming from free-kicks.
The 19-year-old's last goal for League Two side City came in their 2-1 win over Bury at the end of last month.
"I would like to get one from open play," Grimes, an England Under-20 international, told BBC Sport.
"I keep getting a little bit of stick from my mum and dad saying I need to get one from open play."
He continued: "Hopefully that will come. If I find myself in a position in open play then I'll have a strike.
"It's not something that plays on my mind. If I get a free-kick, then the aim is to score. I don't want to not score it because I want one from open play."
Since his last goal, Grimes and Exeter team-mate Christy Pym have played for England in their 1-0 win over Germany in a youth international tournament in the Netherlands.
It was their second call-up, having played against Romania last month.
"Obviously it was a great honour to be called up by my country and I really enjoyed my time away, probably more so than the first time," said Grimes, who came through Exeter's youth system.
"Playing against Germany was a great experience and I learnt a lot from it. It was completely different to anything I've ever played in before - they were technically very good.
"It's a massive confidence boost to know I'm one of the 23 who have been picked to go away."