The former Hearts of Oak player signed for the club in December last year on a permanent deal after just one season at BK Hacken.
Last year (2019) was his debut season in the Swedish top-flight where he scored three goals and provided three assists in 13 appearances in all competition.
Kizito, who played a key role in Ghana winning the 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations on home soil, knows he cannot disappoint this term.
''Yes I think so,'' he replied to the question if he was going to score more goals this year.
''But I obviously need help from my teammates and my coach. Then I think I can score more goals. In the training we try to get to know each other.
''I think I can do better and score more goals. I need to work hard and focus. I think this is going to be a very good season for me.''