James Hillier: Bournemouth Kawasaki rider aims for first 'big bike win' at Isle of Man TT
James Hillier believes "a bit of luck" could help him secure a "big bike win" at the Isle of Man TT races.
The 2019 event will see Hampshire rider Hillier compete for Bournemouth Kawasaki for the 11th year in a row.
Hiller said "consistency is key" and that staying with the team could help him secure an "elusive win" on the Mountain Course.
The 33-year-old, who made his debut at the TT in 2008, will compete in five races on Kawasaki machinery.
The 2013 lightweight winner said: "Signing with Bournemouth Kawasaki Racing for the 11th successive year gives me the best chance of achieving my goal of getting a big bike win at the TT.
"It's certainly the best package and the new Kawasaki ZX10-RR looks good on paper so I'm feeling really confident," he added.
"All I can do is keep putting in maximum effort. The team believe in me and I have faith in them to build a bike that's good enough.
"I just need a bit of luck and for everything to come together on the day."
Hillier, who previously competed for the Quattro Plant Wicked Coatings-backed team, has secured 40 top-10 finishes at the event during his career to date.
The 2019 Isle of Man TT races run from 25 May to 7 June.