Geovanni hopes to start firing home the goals for Hull City again after being moved back into a striker's role by manager Phil Brown.
He hit the headlines with his wonder goals early last season and hopes that a shift up the field - combined with the side's new-found attacking mentality - will help him conjure more eye-catching strikes.
"We have improved a lot," Geovanni told the Daily Mail. "In the last three games, we have picked up seven points. The team is playing the right way. If we keep playing exactly the same way, we will get more goals and get back on track.
"In the last game, I played up front. That is my position, the one that I like. Last season, I scored eight. I have got four goals already this season. I felt that was the wrong decision at Burnley when I had a goal disallowed - so I should have five but we cannot change it now."