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Sinclair Looking To Improve After Promising Debut

Sinclair Looking To Improve After Promising Debut

Scott Sinclair vows to get 'better and better' after impressing on his debut last Saturday during our 4-0 home win against Preston North End.

The new signing from Chelsea also went close to rounding off an excellent performance with a goal, but his close range effort was ruled out for offside.

'I was disappointed about that because it would have been nice to score my first goal on my debut,'

'But it doesn't really matter who scores the goals as long as we keep winning every week — that's the main thing.

'I thought it was a great performance. The boys played exceptionally as you can see with the result. We scored four goals and I thought collectively it was a great game.'


The 21 year-old winger admits he's not at his best yet as he has only just joined the club, but he says he's looking to improve game by game.

'It was good to get the first game under my belt and hopefully I can progress from that,'

'I'm not at my best right now because last Saturday was my first game and it's not long since I've come in.

'Hopefully I can keep kicking on, and I'm sure I will get better and better with each game.'


Sinclair also complimented the fans and the reaction he got from the Liberty Stadium crowd last weekend:

'The fans were exceptional — they are a great set of fans and now I'm just looking forward to every home game,' he added.

'All the boys here are wicked, they're a great set of lads.

'The result against Preston says we're a great side, we're a great passing team. If we can play like that every week, we'll be well up that table very quickly.

'We've got the boys in the team, the quality to get into the play-offs.

'I saw a few games last season on TV so I knew Swansea were a great passing side, now I'm just happy to be part of it.'




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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Wednesday August 18 2010
Time: 6:34PM

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