Hernan Crespo has two targets for the new campaign to reach a century of goals for Parma while keeping the side in the top flight at the same time.
Crespo, 36, will still be appearing for the Stadio Tardini outfit this term after penning a new one-year deal in June.
"I want to reach 100 goals in this shirt," he told Sky Sport Italia. "We will all give our best in order to avoid relegation."
The veteran Argentine has scored 91 goals in all competitions for the club during two spells with the Gialloblu.
He spent four seasons at Parma before his 2000 switch to Lazio and returned to the Tardini in January 2010 after a brief stint at Genoa.
"We are all working hard," he continued. "The atmosphere around the club really helps us too. This is a great city that loves me that's very motivating."
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