SHOT-HAPPY Jose Izquierdo has vowed to keep going for goal – and hit the heights he reached in Belgium.

The Albion winger hopes to fire in his second goal for the club at Swansea on Saturday.

But he says he is “a long way” from the levels he hit at previous club FC Brugge.

Izquierdo beat Joe Hart at West Ham and decked big Southampton defender Virgil Van Dijk with an on-target blast at the Amex.

He told The Argus: “I’ll keep shooting. I’m always looking for the chance to score.

“It didn’t happen on Saturday but I will keep trying this weekend. I try every match.

“I hope to have the chance to keep playing and improving my level.

“I’m getting there but this football is a lot different to what I’m used to.

“I feel better every match and I’ll get to the level I had in Belgium. But I’m a long way from that at the moment. A long way.”

Izquierdo says his televised strike at the London Stadium made an impact in his native Colombia.

He said: “I’ve had lot of congratulations and that is going to fill me with confidence.”

Izquierdo also revealed the support he is receiving off the pitch in his settling-in period – although one big fan is no longer with him.

He said: “I’ve had to leave my dog Lucho in Belgium but I’m very happy to have my parents here. They will live here for three months.

“They did the same in Belgium.”