On Friday the Toffees midfielder returns to the same venue, the Recreational Ground at Aldershot, aiming to clinch the Division 1 title.
“It’s been a hard year and I’m going back to where it started on Friday - it was at Chelsea where I hurt my knee," Williams told evertonfc.com.
“I’ve come back and was a bit rusty at first - Unsy [Everton PL2 coach David Unsworth] was winding me up saying I couldn’t score anymore! I’m getting into the swing of things now. A win on Friday gets us the league and that’s exactly what we are trying to do."
Everton’s match against Chelsea is at 7pm BST on Friday. A victory would guarantee the trophy while a draw would leave Manchester City needing big wins from their final two matches to have any chance of catching them.