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Williams After Win

1 March 2016

Striker wants three points upon first return to old stamping ground.

Andy Williams is looking to rediscover his goalscoring form when he returns to the County Ground for the first time on Tuesday night.

The 29 year old striker, who hit 22 goals for Swindon last term, has stuttered slightly in front of goal for Rovers having not scored in his previous six games.

“You’re a goalscorer and you’re judged on you’re scoring of goals and I haven’t done that of late,” said Williams.

“I haven’t had a lot of chances I don’t think which is one thing that’s frustrated me in particular.

“But as the performances are starting to pick up then I think the chances will start to come as the lads start to produce more performances and better results hopefully on the pitch and the goals will come with that for me as well.”

Williams cut a typically level headed figure and allowed those around him to get carried away with Doncaster’s respective fortunes at either end of the Sky Bet League One table.

“A lot of people made a lot more of the run than we did here,” asserted the hitman.

“We were always sitting pretty much in the middle or lower half of the table. A lot of people got excited at the time and we couldn’t follow that excitement on the pitch.

“It’s strange how things go, but after the start to the season we had you were always up against it a little bit so any little dip in form often ends up with you looking over your shoulder but we’re confident that we’re a good enough group and a good enough team to pick up the points that we need.

“If you want to look at it dramatically like you did with the play off situation a few months ago then you can look at it like that but, like I’ve said before, I think we’re a more than a confident enough group that we’ll get the points we need to stay in the league and maybe do more than that.”

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