Williams speaks ahead of ForestRoyals midfielder Danny Williams hopes his energy and dynamism can help the Royals ahead of Friday night's trip to Nottingham Forest.
The former Hoffenheim man came off the bench in an improved second half at Ewood Park last weekend, having been amongst a long list of injured players in the treatment room.
"It was quite a tough 45 minutes but I was happy to play again," said the midfielder.
"It's my job to help the team - I always say I want to help the team and try to do my best. I'm a player who lives off my energy, I'm dynamic and if I can bring this into the team then I'm happy.
"Unfortunately I've been injured but I have been trying to find my rhythm - there's nothing you can do about injuries.
"Royston has also been injured and Jem Karacan is out - these are players who are so important to the team. But what can we do? We cannot complain. That's what football is, that's what I have been through. You have to fight and come back stronger."
Another tough away trip is in store for Nigel Adkins' men on Friday night as they travel to Nottingham Forest, but Williams believes that our clean sheet at Blackburn and a good performance in our draw with QPR in the previous game are reasons to be positive.
"It's a tough league, I said this in one of my first interviews. It's probably the best second division in the world. Games like Blackburn away and Nottingham Forest away are not easy games. I'm happy that the team kept a clean sheet and it's a good start to go on.
"We didn't lose to QPR, we kept a clean sheet in our last game - some games we have been a little bit unlucky. At the end of the day it's all about the points, and every player on the pitch is trying to do their best.
"Hopefully with my energy I can help the team and get the flow back again. Next time hopefully we can pick up three points, and go and try and win the games."