Saha, who used to play for the Toffees, as well as other teams including Manchester United, has appeared for the club ten times, starting three games since joining Sunderland over the summer, but has so far failed to score for the side. However, Saha wants to score at a good moment, and that moment could come this weekend at Goodison Park.
“You always work hard for that first goal and the pressure is off when you get it. But you want to make sure you get it when it’s the right moment. You don’t want to score when you’re 3-0 down and you don’t need it,” Saha told the Sunderland Echo.
Despite poor results for the Black Cats so far this season, Louis Saha thinks they will start winning games soon and that him and the team could be doing more.
“You always want to do more and I think the team can do it and as a player I think I can do more as well. When you’re drawing many games, you always expect more because we’re here to win games,” he added.
“But we’re training to improve. We’ve done okay, but the fans can ask more because they see things. But football is a difficult job and I really think we are close to winning games.”
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