Swindon centre-back Troy Archibald-Henville wants to contribute goals as well as clean sheets for his new club.
The former Tottenham trainee, who signed for the Robins after failing to agree a new contract with Exeter, opened his account with a header in a 4-0 friendly defeat of Forest Green Rovers.
"I think being a goalscoring defender would be nice," Archibald-Henville, 23, told the Swindon Advertiser.
"It would be good to add that to my game. It was good to score. From set pieces I want to be involved and get sent up and it was nice to get my first goal."
And Swindon manager Paolo Di Canio hailed his new defender's measured approach. He said: "It's obvious Troy will be very good during the season because he's not the tallest one but he's intelligent, he has the sense of position.
"It was a lift for him to score and it was a bit of extra confidence."