Following their 1-0 loss against Everton, striker Eddie Nketiah is confident that the team will bounce back with a positive result against Brentford next week.
Despite the disappointment of the loss, Eddie Nketiah recognises that it was just one of those days where things didn’t quite go as planned.
He credited Everton for executing their game plan well, but also acknowledged that the team needs to improve for their next game.
Nketiah was full of praise for the club’s traveling supporters who made the trip to the north-west despite the challenges of transport and an awkward kick-off time. He feels that their support will be rewarded in the coming weeks and is confident that the team will put things right in their next game against Brentford.
The striker is aware that not everything is going to go their way, especially when the team is pushing to claim the title. However, he is confident in the togetherness of the team and the support of the fans, which he believes will help them bounce back.
He is optimistic that they will get a good result on the weekend against Brentford.
Nketiah’s determination and confidence in the team’s abilities is commendable, and it’s clear that the loss against Everton has not dampened his spirits.
“It was a difficult game,” he said. “They made it very tough. Personally, we weren’t at the standard we needed to be at today and we’ve got to improve and make sure we bounce back in our next game.
“Credit to them, they put out a good gameplan and executed it well today. I felt like we just didn’t execute ours to the best of our ability, we were a bit sloppy at times.
“These games happen, it’s a long season and everything’s not always going to go your way and we know that.
“Everyone’s disappointed of course,” he added. “We want to win every game, especially for the travelling fans who came to support us. We wanted to give them all three points but unfortunately, we couldn’t do that.
“I think their support all year has been excellent. It’s not an easy place to come to and travel up here so we’re grateful for them. Hopefully we can reward them with three points on Saturday.
“Not everything is going to go your way, especially when you’re pushing and trying to achieve great things so the togetherness we’ve got here alongside the fans’ support, we’re going to bounce back. I know we’re going to get a good result on the weekend.”