Western Bulldogs defender-turned-winger Bailey Williams says he is enjoying the change of role this season.

In the past three games, Williams has pushed up the ground and is relishing it – slotting four goals and averaging 19 disposals since making the move.

“At the start of the year I probably wasn’t at my best - I think the move was a bit of a change to try and get the best out of me,” he told RSN on Wednesday morning.

“I’ve been enjoying it on the wing – it’s a lot more running, but I’ve been enjoying it.

“I feel like I’ve just been growing each week in that position. Hopefully I can stay there.”

The Bulldogs are on a three-game winning streak, having beaten Collingwood, Gold Coast and West Coast by a combined 168 points.

Williams said they’ll need to bring their best footy – and sustain it – if they want to make it four straight against Geelong on Friday night.

“Geelong have always been a hard team to play against – we’ve had some pretty close encounters with them over recent years,” he said.

“They’re a tough team to get across the line, so we’ll need to bring our absolute best this Friday to try and get our fourth win in a row.

“I haven’t watched too much of them this year – I’ll have a look in meetings over the next couple of days - but in previous years, their defence has been top-notch. They’re a hard team to score against.

“I think the competition (is pretty even) at the moment. If you’re just one percent off, teams can score quickly and can put on five or so goals within 10 minutes.

“If you’re not at your best, any side on their good day can give themselves a chance.”

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