The Dutchman has scored most of his league goals with his famous left foot while a fair few have also come courtesy of his less favoured right foot.
However, Van Persie believes there is plenty of room for improvement and wants to score more goals with his head.
"I do work on that because I think it's just about getting that crucial information in your brain that you actually can do it," Van Persie told Arsenal Player.
"Heading is not really about height, that it's only for tall people.
"It can be for lots of people - look at Tim Cahill at Everton, for example. He jumps highest and his timing is always right.
"I would like to score more but at least there has been some improvements in the last year. I do feel that it can be a strong point from my point of view.
"With heading everything needs to come together because you have to balance your steps, take a look and calculate your own measurements.
"I have it in me, I know that and I show that but I want to do it more and really make it my weapon."
Van Persie and Arsenal were left frustrated as 10-man Wolves battled to a 1-1 draw at Emirates Stadium on Tuesday.
The forward is chasing the record for goals in a calendar year - which stands at 36 goals scored by Alan Shearer - but could not add to his tally of 34 against Mick McCarthy's side.