Harry Wilson admits he’s not happy with one aspect of his game this season
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Harry Wilson admits he’s not happy with one aspect of his game this season

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Harry Wilson has admitted that he’s disappointed not to have scored his first goal of the season yet for Fulham.

Wilson was speaking to the club’s official website ahead of their match against Luton Town.

It’s a huge match for Marco Silva’s side as they look to bounce back from their 5-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester City.

Performances haven’t been brilliant so far this season, with their only win coming against Everton.

Those three points came slightly against the run of play, although Fulham did brilliantly to nick a point off Arsenal at the Emirates.

Luton Town are expected to be one of the teams down at the bottom of the table this season.

They’ve yet to score a point in their first three games and Wilson might be hoping Saturday is the perfect opportunity to score his first Fulham goal of the season.

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He returns to Motspur Park off the back of a successful international break with Wales.

Now, he’s ready to kick on and make an impact in the league at Craven Cottage.

Wilson disappointed not to have scored first Fulham goal this season

Asked about his recent performances, Wilson said: “I feel like I’m playing well at the minute. I feel fit, I feel good.

“I’m a bit disappointed that I haven’t got off the mark yet in terms of goals as I feel like I’ve had a couple of good chances.

“I think the two in the Tottenham cup game come to mind straight away.

“But yeah, I feel like I’m in a good place and I wanted to take that into the Wales games.

“I feel like I did that so now I’m back at Fulham I want to make sure I continue that in the Premier League.”

Wilson isn’t the only player looking to score his first goal for Fulham this season.

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Striker Raul Jimenez hasn’t found the back of the net in the league since last year despite starting all four games for his new club so far.

He’ll be hoping to get on the end of a Wilson cross at the weekend to finally break his duck.

A trio of goals on international duty with Mexico should give him the confidence he needs to step up and be the Aleksandar Mitrovic replacement the club has been looking for.

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