BRADLEY Wright-Phillips insists he's not worried by his drought as the wait for his first Brentford goal goes on.
The on-loan Charlton Athletic striker has fired blanks in his first four games for the Bees since making the move to Griffin Park last month.
Wright-Phillips scored just once in 21 matches for the Addicks this campaign after plundering 22 goals in their promotion-winning season last time around.
However, the 27-year-old is nearing a return to full fitness and says it's only a matter of time before he rediscovers his scoring touch.
"Every striker wants to score goals, but it’s not happening for me at the moment," Wright-Phillips told the Chronicle .
"It doesn’t really play on my mind. If you’re a striker you enjoy it when you’re scoring, but when you’re not you’ve got to work even harder to rediscover that touch.
"It will come, whether it’s a tap-in or one hits me in the face and goes in! Once I break my duck, hopefully I will kick on.
"The manager has been great. He’s been happy with my performances and has told me that the goals will come."
Wright-Phillips admits he struggled to come to terms with being cast aside by the Addicks this season after a difficult start to the campaign.
He added: "It was hard for me at Charlton to go from being a regular last season to not playing at all.
"So to come here is great to be getting games and hopefully I can repay the manager.
"I started the season for the first 10 to 12 games and I felt I was playing well, even if I wasn’t scoring.
"Since then I haven’t had a chance, whether that’s due to other players doing well or the manager not having me.
"I came to get games and to help Brentford try and get promoted. My fitness is getting much better after coming through two 90 minutes. I’m feeling back to myself."
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