The 27-year-old hit the headlines in December last year after his diving header in the 3-1 win over QPR at Vicarage Road...the full back’s first career goal.
And although stressing his first priority is defensively assisting Watford’s play-off push, Doyley says he would love to add to his goal tally.
"Firstly, my aim is for us to finish as high as possible,” he told Watford’s official site. "The other one is for me to score a couple goals.
"I've only scored once and I'm coming up to over 300 games now so I need to score a couple more!"
Watford have picked up just six points from a possible 18 in recent weeks and, after a barnstorming start to the campaign, have slipped down to ninth spot.
But Doyley, the Hornets’ longest-serving player, insists his teammates have what it takes to rediscover their impressive early-season form.
"We've been working on our shape in training this week and have gone back to basics,” he explained. "We've re-grouped and thought about what we have to do to change the results.
"We need to get back to our winning ways and we're confident we can do that on Saturday. We're going into the game with Forest looking to win it.”
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