With two goals in two games opening his account for the season, he looks well on course to match Glenn Roeder's target for him of half a dozen or so goals.
But he insists:
"I'm aiming higher than that but if I get that, fair enough.
"It's two in two and I'm hoping to keep it going as well; I had a bit of a barren patch after coming back from being injured last season and not scoring, so I'm delighted to get a couple."
Of his strike against Liverpool, he says:
"Jermain is going down across the box and I took a gamble because he had a couple of players behind him; I thought if he is struggling to get a shot in I can be there to support him.
"I caught it nicely and it just went in the bottom corner."
He is playing with a smile on his face that belies his decision to ask for a transfer earlier in the season, and he says:
"I'm enjoying it; I had a bit of an indifferent game against Derby but the lads played well, fortunately, and got me through it really - and I obviously got the goal."
That spectacular volley against the Rams was nearly equalled by another attempt - a full blown bicycle kick this time - against Liverpool, and Trevor says:
"I tried it again because the ball just stuck to me nicely, but the keeper's pulled off a good save - I'll keep on trying, though."
As for the trip to Leeds, he says:
"We'll probably have our work cut out and it will be a tough game, especially on their patch; we need to be solid and nick a goal on the break."
But he says it is too early to be thinking about Europe, adding:
"It's a dream at the moment because we are way outside that, but if we keep on picking the points up we have got a chance."
"We have to do well against the teams around us now as well, and I'm sure we'll be climbing up the league."