North Queensland’s Williams to reassess goalscoring target

North Queensland Fury striker David Williams say he is ready to reassess his goalscoring target after equalling last year’s overall tally in just 10 matches.

North Queensland Fury striker David Williams say he is ready to reassess his goalscoring target after equalling last year’s overall tally in just 10 matches.

Williams notched his fourth goal of the term in the 2-1 win over Perth Glory on Friday night and is now looking to score plenty more to help the Fury up the table.

"I'd love to do that, but I more think about that I scored three goals last year (and) I wanted to score more," he told the Townsville Bulletin.

"I've got to reassess now ... I've done what I wanted to do already with those goals ... so I can tick that box.

"Hopefully I can get a few more, not just to get the top scorer I'd just love to score my share of goals for the team and take my opportunities as they come and hopefully that gets us over the line and into finals contention."

Williams admitted he was fairly happy with his early season form but was keen to continue what he had already achieved in 2010.

"I think I'm doing pretty well," he added.

"I must be doing something right to keep playing every game and I'm just enjoying playing with these boys, we're playing exciting football ... and it's good to be a part of this. Hopefully that form can just keep on going (because) the confidence I have at the moment is really excellent."