It doesn’t seem that long ago when Hakeem Nicks was torching secondaries, but Saturday will mark 11 months since the Giants wideout’s last touchdown catch. Though Victor Cruz has pronounced himself fit for Sunday’s game, the Giants need more from Nicks — and he said they will get it.

“It’s just a matter of timing. It’s going to come. In this offense it’s guaranteed — you’ve just got to keep on pushing and make more plays in the green zone — unless I break one deep,’’ Nicks said with a chuckle. “I’m just taking care of the things I need to take care of, still working. I’ve got to keep working, keep pushing.

“I feel real good [physically]. It’s a lot of football left. In the past I’ve had five touchdowns in three weeks before. There’s a lot of football left. I just take it as its time to get in [the end zone].’’

Nicks has seen his touchdowns decrease for four straight seasons, from 11 to seven to three last season. He hasn’t scored since last Dec. 9 against the Saints.

Cruz (neck) practiced Friday and is probable for Sunday’s game against the Raiders, with Coughlin saying he hoped the wideout could play.

“Good to go,” said Cruz, who hurt his neck Oct. 27 against the Eagles and didn’t practice until returning on a limited non-contact basis Thursday.