The former Dundee striker has settled quickly into life at Firhill following his switch from Dens Park in the summer and has been a welcome addition to the Jags forward line.
His efforts and tireless work for the team have gone unrewarded thus far, however, with the 28-year-old still aiming to open his SPFL Premiership goal account this season.
Thistle have attracted rave reviews for their free-flowing style this term and while Baird is eager to hit the goal trail, he is happy with how the Jags attack have started their top-flight campaign.
He said: "It would be nice to get that first league goal but I would be more worried if I wasn't getting chances in games and the team weren't creating chances for other players to score as well.
"As long as the chances keep coming along, the goals will eventually come as well.
"I will keep working hard and, even though you are missing chances, you need to be there the next time and show a willingness to get in scoring positions. I have had this situation before and before you know it you have scored in four or five games in a row. It doesn't play on your mind.
"All strikers go through periods where they don't score. I have only started a couple of games. I won't start worrying just now."
After taking an impressive eight points from their first five Premiership fixtures, and seeing off Ayr United and Cowdenbeath on League Cup duty, Jags boss Alan Archibald has rewarded his in-form stars for their efforts with a few well deserved days off this week.
And Baird is determined to make the most of the international break before Thistle gear up for their return to league duty next weekend.
He said: "We have got a couple of days off this week which is nice and I think the boys deserve it for their efforts over the last few weeks. We have had a great start to the season.
"It is nice to spend a bit of time with your family for a couple of days and then we will come back and get back into it and start building up to the Aberdeen game.
"I am really enjoying being at Thistle, it has been brilliant so far. It helps when the team is doing well and picking up points.
"It is a great place to be. We have a great bunch of lads in the dressing room and the team has been brilliant in the last few weeks.
He added: "We are delighted with how we have started the season and we are determined to keep it going."