Fulham forward Chris Martin has insisted that he isn't worried about how regularly he is finding the net.
It has been a famine or a feast for the Derby loanee since joining the club on transfer deadline day, with all four of his goals coming in the space of four games in October.
However, the Scottish international, who is the club’s joint leading goalscorer with Tom Cairney, is not worried about how regularly he finds the target.
He said: “I want to score every week. I think probably the last couple of games I haven’t had too many chances or shots on goal but I've felt like a big part of it especially in the first half a big part of the build-up play and I’ve just not been on the end of them but I’m sure they will come.”
Martin remains confident that he will return to his October form and believes being part of a thriving team will ensure he get plenty of opportunities to score.
He added: “I’m playing in a very good team that create chances so I’m not worried about that and the next one that comes my way I’ll take.”
Martin will hope to score to return to the scoresheet when the Whites host Reading on Saturday in the first of three home games in a fortnight.