"As a winger, you are viewed as a player who can win games every week," said Gray.
"It is a position with a lot of responsibility, and I put that pressure on myself. I enjoy it and go out there thinking I am the player who will make the difference.
"It won't always happen, other things have an influence, like injuries. When the quiet patches come, I accept they are part of the game, and don't get too down.
"It is just a matter of working to change things and trusting in my ability.
"When it is a difficult moment for the team, I view myself as someone who can change the situation and give the team confidence. I want to be that player making the difference."