Year after year, Chris Wondolowski just can't stop scoring.


The Earthquakes forward opened 2016 with another goal, heading home the game-winner in San Jose's 1-0 victory over the Colorado Rapids on Sunday. He's aiming to extend his record of scoring at least 10 goals for the season -- something he's done six-straight years.


He's also coming closer to moving up yet again on MLS's all-time scoring chart.


If Wondolowski scores five more goals, he'll reach 115 for his career during the MLS regular season, and will surpass Ante Razov for No. 4 all-time. Wondolowski is the only active player currently in the top-10 of the league's scoring chart.


Here's the current top-five, with stats through Sunday:

<strong>Player</strong>
<strong>Games Played</strong>
<strong>Goals</strong>
Landon Donovan
334
144
Jeff Cunningham
365
134
Jaime Moreno
340
133
Ante Razov
262
114
Chris Wondolowski
230
110

Will Wondo surpass Razov this season? Will he climb even higher before his career is done? It'll be one of the big storylines this season and beyond.