The 27-year-old, who moved to Craven Cottage in 2011, only struck five times in the Premier League last season and admits he needs to score more goals in the 2013-14 campaign
Ruiz was a regular in the starting line-up last term, but only managed to find the net on five occasions as the Craven Cottage outfit finished 12th in the Premier League.
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"I felt really good this season. After the period of injuries I had at the beginning of the season, I played many games, I run a lot and create a lot for the team," he told the club's official website.
"My goal for next season will be to score more goals, that's something I would like to do because I think did good. I felt good, I created a lot but I now have to score more. The coaches want that, the supporters want that and I want that.
"I will continue with my game because I am happy with that and most of the people (are) happy with that also. The only thing is to score some more goals. I'm going to be a bit more selfish next season, but will still be a team player.
"We always want to be in the top 10. Next season for sure we want to be there - to try and be as high as we can and try to play good football."