Midfielder Looks To Get Off The Mark
Faris Haroun says the goals will come in a Blackpool shirt, as he looks to help the team get back to winning ways.
The midfielder, a January arrival from Middlesbrough, has been full of energy ever since arriving at Bloomfield Road and has found himself in some promising positions.
"I cannot be happy because I think in this position sometimes I have to make goals," he admitted. "I am an attacking player and the team needs some goals to win games. On the other side, I'm happy to be there and have these chances but I think the goals will come soon. I'm closer and closer."
The Belgian has started in all four of Blackpool's league games following his move and feels The Seasiders are getting ever nearer to a big three points.
"I came to bring something more to the team and I try every week to do my best to do this. I hope that the results will come," he said.
"If you see the last games, it's a pity that we didn't win in the last three. If you see how we were playing at Ipswich and even against Nottingham Forest I think we were close to win. In the last game, in the first-half, if we get the second one then they never come back. I think we are really close and everyone is working really hard in training."
The chance to bounce back this weekend comes at Watford, with The Hornets holding no fear for the players.
"We don't have fear of any teams because in this league anybody can win from first and also the last. We will go and try to win the game," he added.