DARIUS Henderson is hoping his teammates continue to create chances for him after the striker bagged two crucial equalisers in successive games.
The 31-year-old had chances to win both matches – hitting the bar in the dying seconds against the Clarets and firing narrowly wide in stoppage-time at Ashton Gate, but says he is pleased that opportunities are falling to him.
"You do get some games where you don't really get a sniff of goal but in the last two games it's been good and hopefully the chances will continue to come my way," he told the club's official site.
"You can look at any striker in the league; I don't think anyone converts every chance. As long as I'm getting the chances and doing my bit for the team I'm going to be happy.
"It's my responsibility to score goals and hopefully I can continue doing that."