Serena Williams is confident she can win the French Open

Serena Williams in "amazing" form ahead of French Open

Serena Williams says she can build on her recent good form and win a second French Open title.

The former world number one won in Madrid before having to retire injured in the quarter-finals at the Italian Open - both clay-court tournaments.

When asked if she could win at Roland Garros, the 30-year-old told BBC Sport: "Yes, absolutely.

"I feel really amazing right now and I feel I can do a lot more and I want to do a lot more."

The world number five added: "I think I'm close [to becoming world number one again]. My goal is just to be consistent, do the best I can and just win titles.

"If the number one ranking comes with that then bravo. If not then I'm just focused on doing the best I can."

Williams's win in Madrid came courtesy of a final victory over world number one Victoria Azarenka, but the 13-time Grand Slam singles champion says there will be other obstacles for her in Paris.

"I think there's a lot of depth," continued Williams. "We have myself back in the top 10, Maria Sharapova and Azarenka - they're both playing really consistently.

"I'm just glad to be back in the swing of things. I was just really disappointed earlier this year with my injury but now I feel I'm back in it and I can compete with these players."

Williams has reached the quarter-finals in seven of her last eight visits to Roland Garros but has only got past that stage twice - when she took the title in 2002 and again a year later when she was beaten by Justine Henin in the semi-finals.

However, the French Open is the only Grand Slam singles title Williams has not won at least twice - her only victory coming with a win over sister Venus in the final 10 years ago.

"I feel like Paris is my home," she added. "I really want to move there, but I don't want people in America to be disappointed. I'm really loving Paris so much. I'm always there."