Roy Krishna has excelled under Wellington boss Mark Rudan this season, playing a starring role in the Nix's vastly improved performances.

Fresh off an impressive draw with Melbourne Victory, in which Krishna netted - made all the more notable by the 20,000 people in attendance at Auckland's North Harbour Stadium - Krishna is hoping his greatest league campaign is far from over yet.

"I'm very grateful to the people who voted for me (for the PFA Award), but my main focus is for the team and I want that to continue into the weekend," Krishna said.

"Every striker wants to score every week and it was frustrating not to get goals, I ended up converting one but I should have scored two.

"I'm enjoying every week, Mark (Rudan) has given me the freedom to do what I've wanted to do, the other boys have been helping me out and with age, you get better as well.

"The result was disappointing but at the end of the day it was fair enough, they're a good side. Just disappointed not to get three points at home, the fans came out in good numbers."

But while lapses in form for Adelaide United and Melbourne City beckon promisingly for the New Zealand club's finals aspirations, Wellington's off-field issues may prove more troublesome than their remaining fixtures.

Rudan has been consistently linked with the vacant managerial role at 2019/20 A-League entrants Western United, while Krishna is also off-contract at the end of this season. Should Wellington lose both, it could derail the upsurge in form and interest that has momentarily stabilised the club and kept franchise-doubters at bay.

"We're focusing on us, we have to perform every week," the Fijian continued.

"It's going to be a different task this week, a different challenge. I don't know (about my contract negotiations), the best person is my agent or my manager.

"I want to have my future sorted, but the main focus is not about me. My main target for this season is to get this club into the playoffs. I'm not worried about the stats, if I get the golden boot it'll be awesome but it's about helping the team.

"If I win the golden boot it'll be good. I don't look back on missed penalties, I missed two chances and there's someone else who can take it, so I'll give it to them.

"If he's feeling good, he'll take it. If I'm feeling good, I'll take it, but it's more about the team."