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Larsson Wants Patience

Larsson Wants Patience

Sebastian Larsson has said he is amazed by the talent within the Blues squad.

He also believes that the squad needs to gell more and that once they do they'll be no stopping us.

'I think we have got a very strong squad, I've been amazed by the standard of players we have here.

'Even in training it is evident there is a lot of quality at the club and I think we just have to gel together that bit better and everyone will see even more from us.

'I think a lot of people are forgetting that many of the players we have here have never played at this level before so it is going to take all of us time to get used to this league.

'Everyone wants it to be perfect straight away, and so do we, but unfortunately it doesn't work like that.

'However, we are still right up there in the table and the best thing is that there is still so much more to come from this squad, so I don't see any reason why we won't be up there at the end of the season.

'It is vitally important to ensure that we are getting goals from all areas of the team. It is not just up to the strikers. We as midfielders have a duty to help them out and even the defenders should contribute from time to time at set pieces.

'Those goals can be invaluable come the end of the season and we have started quite well in that respect.'


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Date:Saturday October 7 2006
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