Joselu has only scored twice in nine Premier League appearances for Newcastle United following his summer move from Stoke City.
The 27-year-old has been Rafael Benitez’s starting centre-forward since his arrival, but the goals have not exactly flowed for the Spaniard.
At the majority of clubs, strikers with a disappointing rate of goals would receive a rocket or two on social media, especially at the top level of English football.
That is just not the case with Joselu, however, who is extremely popular with the Newcastle supporters despite struggling to find the back of the net.
On Friday, Joselu posted a tweet which insisted that Newcastle would ‘keep fighting’ as they battled to move up the Premier League table.
The Magpies will look to bounce back from the 1-0 defeat at Burnley when they welcome Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon.
Joselu will be in the Newcastle XI once again, and as long as the striker continues to work his socks off, he will enjoy the support of the passionate fans.
We keep fighting! 💪🏻 ⚽ pic.twitter.com/nM9LmjCjYS
— Joselu Mato (@JoseluMato9) November 3, 2017
The lad tweets to keep fighting and we slate him for it. Good luck mate, the goals will come⚽
— Wayne NUFC Jones (@WayneJJones) November 3, 2017
— Nathan Hames (@nathanhames) November 3, 2017
Keep giving 100% son. #HOWAYTHELADS
— charnleyneenuts (@elmarcosmasonos) November 3, 2017
Keep going lad 👍
— Alex Scott (@1southst) November 3, 2017
let's get behind him instead of slagging him off, if he had a decent number 10 or any service he'd score a few.
— Rob Fish (@Fishydog) November 3, 2017
Keep doing monster hat you're doing goals will come
— adam morris (@RadgeyBadger) November 3, 2017
Keep fighting on lad,the goals will come
— alfie boldon (@bigalf78) November 3, 2017
You will score this weekend…believe!!
— Paidi (@Ubud86Paidi) November 3, 2017
Do not pay any attention to the negative replys, keep fighting and trying to score you will get goals
— marc ricalton (@marcnufc) November 3, 2017
Getting in the right positions son, relax the goals will come
— Bill (@orrible_git) November 3, 2017
Keep up the hard work. The goals will come. I think you will score two on Saturday. 👍
— Garry James (@GJV_85) November 3, 2017