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Gillingham's leading scorer Cody McDonald says the goals will come

Gillingham striker Cody McDonald
Gillingham striker Cody McDonald

Gillingham's leading scorer Cody McDonald is confident the goals will return after hitting a barren run of form in recent weeks.

The 17-goal striker has failed to find the net in the last four games and he is determined to end that run when Gillingham entertain lowly Bradford City in League 2 on Saturday.

McDonald (pictured), on a season-long loan from Norwich City, has gone four games without a goal only once before this season but it has never been stretched to five.

"The goals are definitely coming," insisted the striker.

"When you do go through a stage when you don’t score goals, people start thinking, ‘has he gone off the boil?’ but I still feel fresh, sharp and if chances keep coming, I am confident I can take them.

"When you don’t score for a couple of games people start to get on your back a bit but I’m sure if I get a few more chances I will take them."

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