Saddlers striker Andy Williams is pleased to have scored on his last two outings during preseason but insists he isn’t getting too carried away just yet with more still to come.
The experienced frontman has scored against Leamington and AFC Telford United in the last seven days and he admitted that he is feeling good in front of goal after being able to put in a bit of extra work on the training pitch recently.
“It is only preseason so I am not going to get too carried away but it is nice to hit the back of the net,” said Williams.
“It was a bit of a frustrating afternoon in the sun against Telford, I think we were a little bit sloppy at times but it is an improvement on what we have been doing so far and that is all we can ask for is to keep improving.
“We know we have got things to work on but it was nice to hit the back of the net and hopefully there are many more to come.
“The weather has made things tricky but that isn’t going away so we are going to have to get used to playing in it and doing the things we do normally in it.
“It’s exciting now, we are through all of the running, the hardest part of preseason is over now and now there is more game time for us and tying things together on the pitch which hopefully we can do in the next few games.
“I have had limited chances so it is nice to find the back of the net.
“As the training has calmed down a little bit, we have been able to do more extras and a bit more shooting and finishing drills and I have felt really good in front of goal off the back of that so it was nice to put one away today.
“It is a bit annoying that I didn’t get more opportunities to do more but that is partly to do with myself as well because I had my shoe laces tied together for the last chance so that was a bit frustrating but it was nice to get a win and have something to build on.”