Midfielder talks to readingfc.co.ukDanny Williams believes that he beginning to rediscover some of the form that he displayed on a regular basis last season.
The American midfielder missed the start of this campaign with a knee injury, but returned to action against Rotherham at the start of November following three months out.
And, having now got his match sharpness back, the xx-year-old says that he is looking forward to showing his best on the pitch for the remainder of this season.
He said: “I was injured for three months and I always said to people, and to myself, that I’d need time. When you come back from a big injury after three months people can’t expect you to be at your best straight away.
“I had to be patient with that as well but I feel fit now, I’m playing 90 minutes and my knee is feeling alright. The result against Fulham was very annoying because I hate to lose. I didn’t have a good Sunday but we have Cardiff away next week and I’m looking forward to that game now.”
Williams, who played the entire game at Craven Cottage, hailed the 3,000 Royals fans that traveled to the game on Saturday.
“They were fantastic,” he said. “They were much louder than the Fulham fans. Big complements to the fans because they were our twelfth man on Saturday.
“I was impressed with how loud they were and even though we lost, I hope they enjoyed the game. It was a good, open game for them to watch and we were really unfortunate.
“We were the better team but that is how football is. We didn’t get the three points and we should have had at least one.
“We played very well but at the end you have to see the game through. We didn’t do that, we conceded a late goal and then you go home with nothing.”