Stefan Johansen believes it's everyone's responsibility to score goals and it's time for the Fulham players to start taking that upon themselves.
The 26-year-old is currently leading the way in the scoring charts for Slavisa Jokanovic's side, having put away four goals in the 13 games the Whites have played in the Championship so far - double what any other Fulham player has at the moment.
Goals aren't flowing as regularly as they were last season at the moment, where Fulham finished as joint top scorers in the entire division on 85 with Johansen bagging 11 of those goals, but the Norwegian has carried on his goalscoring form into this campaign, something he's been working on adding to his game.
However, Johansen has said that he doesn't care who scores the goals, so long as they win football matches but insists the entire side must take responsibility in front of goal.
He said: "I scored a few goals last year too, it's something I've added to my game and it's always good to help the side with goal, but I don't care who scores the goals, so long as we win the games.
"I think everybody needs to take responsibility for goals and that's what I'm trying to do.
"I think I've done well, I've struggled a bit lately with a groin injury but it's been managed well and we will see what we do but it's been alright.
"The medical team have control of my injury so we'll see what we do in the international break."
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