Woody: I need to raise my game
The centre-back has started 11 games for the Potters since joining from Tottenham this year and he has confessed that he is unhappy with his recent performances. The former Spurs player has insisted that he needs to play to his full potential and by doing this he must put the thought of his previous games in the past. "My form hasn't been up to scratch," Woodgate told Radio Stoke. "I have high standards and when you don't play so well, you get disappointed. I need to up my game and hopefully that will improve the team as well. "I don't know what it is because at the start of the season I was playing well. I picked up a couple of niggly injuries, it may be that, but it's one of those things that every footballer goes through. You just have to be strong and get over it."