Gold Coast United reveling in attacking proposition

Gold Coast United are looking forward to playing a team that is likely to show some attacking bite when they meet the Melbourne Heart this weekend.

Fourth-placed Gold Coast are keen to get their own attacking game going with just nine goals in nine matches and the likelihood of the Heart opening up proceedings is high.

United defender Dino Djulbic said it will be a nice change to play in an open and attacking match rather than having to deal with defensive opponents all the time.

''Teams just come to Skilled Park and aren't interested in playing,'' Djublic told the Gold Coast Bulletin.

''It's different on the road where we have picked up seven points from nine.

"We are looking forward to coming up against teams that will feel obligated to attack for a change.

''It's good when two teams come to the party, not just one.

''We always want to entertain wherever we go. We're not interested in knocking long balls about and sitting back.''