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Kiwi, 29, is just one of nine players to score more than 10 goals in the past five top-flight seasons.
His total of 46 goals in 110 league starts – divided into 10, 10, 14 and 12 – places the New Zealander among a very exclusive squad.
Wood’s achievements since leaving Leeds United in August 2017 can only be matched by Mo Salah, Sadio Mane, Harry Kane, Heung-Min Son, Raheem Sterling, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Alexandre Lacazette and Jamie Vardy.
After scoring a 50th goal at this level with the Clarets’ second goal in a 3-3 draw against Crystal Palace at Turf Moor, he said: “It’s always nice to score goals. I want to score it. the most possible.
“It’s a really nice reward that I will definitely come back to when I retire, but for me it’s once again this season and more.
“This is what I wanna try to do [hit 10+ goals again] and I hope I can achieve it this season.
Wood scored both goals as New Zealand beat Gambia 2-0 in their friendly in Dubai during the international break.
The Auckland-born forward, winner of the Golden Boot Championship during his last tenure at Elland Road, came close two goals to tie Vaughan Coveny’s All Whites record of 29.
Wood, who scored his first PL goal for Leicester City in a 2-2 draw with Everton at the King Power Stadium over seven years ago, continued: “I hope there will be a lot more future !
âWhen you step back, you have plenty of time to look back. It’s about trying to do as much as possible when playing for both club and country.
“It’s good to hit the 50 mark, but I hope I have a lot more in me and I can double that.”