STANLEY striker Billy Kee is one goal shy of hitting 50 for the club, but he's already eyeing up bigger and better targets.

The 26-year-old has plundered 49 goals for the Reds across his loan move in 2009/10 and his permanent spell at the club since the summer of 2015.

He has 46 of those in the league which makes him Stanley's record goalscorer in the Football League, one ahead of Reds legend Paul Mullin.

But Kee, who was nominated for the League Two player of the month award for September, has no plans to settle for a half century of goals for the club.

"I’d like to get to 100 Accrington goals by the time I finish my time here," the former Burton Albion striker said.

"I think I’m Accy’s top ever league goalscorer as well.

"It’s nice to see those stats and it’s nice to get to 50. You break the 50 and then you go on again."

Kee has been in fine form this season, hitting eight goals in 13 appearances.

And he believes the environment around the Wham Stadium is helping to bring the best out of him, as is manager John Coleman.

"The gaffer is a realist, he doesn’t get carried away with anything. He wants to win so much and sometimes we win and it’s enough, but he knows we can get better," Kee said.

"We’ve not been playing that well in the last few weeks but we’ve been winning. That’s a nice feeling as well but we know we can get better as a team.

"I get on with the gaffer on and off the pitch, as friends, working together, he can tell me anything, but we get on well because he really understands me, and I don’t think I’ve had that before with a manager."

Kee added: "It is a relaxed environment, but once you get on the training pitch and the changing room it’s very intense.

"As soon as we go in for meetings or training then you’ve got to be at it. Around the place it’s quite relaxed.

"You can go to other clubs where you have to be in at half eight doing something, but it’s not getting anywhere. We’re here, we’re having a laugh, but once you get on the pitch you can see how much it means to everyone.

"We’re here to win games, that’s it. As long as you do it on the pitch you can be relaxed. But last season there were times when it was very quiet and intense because we weren’t winning at one stage."