Kawasaki's Loris Baz has set himself a goal of finishing inside the top five at Donington Park this weekend.

The British circuit hosts the European round of the World Superbike Championship and 20-year-old Baz, who finished on the rostrum in third position in race two at Assen, expects to be strong on the ZX-10R.

"I have taken some time out relaxing after Monza and I feel 100% again.

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"I am impatient waiting to get to Donington and it is now one year since I started racing in Superbike with the team," said Baz.

"I did not race BSB at Donington when I was doing that championship but I raced there in SBK last year and two times in Superstock before that.

"It should be a better track than Monza for us and only that final slow part that is not so much fun to ride.

"We have improved our set-up a lot at Aragon and found some positive things at Monza too, so I am sure we will be really good in all the first section at Donington," he added.

"Then I'm sure we should also find improvements in the last two corners.

"I would like to be inside the top five in both races and this weekend I am really looking for that."