Julio Enciso wants to complete his tough season with a goal.

The Paraguay international has one last chance to open his account in an injury—ravaged campaign as Manchester United visit.

Enciso says he is feeling good after working his way back following knee surgery.

He is keen to improve his passing game – but is really fired by the thought of a goal.

Enciso told The Argus: “I’m feeling very good - better every match. Obviously I need more minutes and that is what I’m looking for.

“I went through a very difficult moment but thanks to God I’m back on the pitch, trying to help my team.

“Obviously I am continuing to work to bring my best to Brighton.

“After an injury, it is difficult.

“But I think I have got very good team-mates and also the coach, who tries to give me confidence in every match.”

Enciso’s last Premier League was his stunner at home to Manchester City a year ago.

He said: “I am trying to link up with my team-mates – but also to get my goal.

“It’s not coming but I keep working to score my goal and give assists to my colleagues.

“I don’t want to go without getting a goal.”