Midfielder says that the Dons have enough quality
says the Dons must have more belief that they can achieve something this season after scoring three goals at League 1 Brentford last night.Sammy Moore
The 25-year-old, who spent six months on loan with Brentford five years ago, says the new-look Wimbledon have plenty of attacking options and they should not be scared of anyone during 2013/14.
, Sammy said: “I think we have to believe in ourselves a little bit more. We played great football going forward tonight and we were denied a definite penalty that could have turned the match. We created so many chances against a good team and everyone was upbeat in the changing room afterwards.Dons PlayerSpeaking to Rob Cornell on
“Though we are disappointed to be out of the competition, we have to be ready for York on Saturday. I am looking forward to going there and trying to get three points. We have a tough September coming up with difficult away games. If all of our players from 1-11 and the substitutes can match York for effort and earn the right to play, then there is no reason why we cannot get the three points and be looking up the table.”
Sammy added the he is relishing playing for the current management at Wimbledon – and he believes they can reward the club’s excellent support by pushing on at the other end of League 2 this season.
“I had six great months at Brentford, but sometimes things do not work out in football and I have enjoyed every minute of my three years at Wimbledon,” Sammy added. “Working under the current management team has been excellent so far and we have great banter among the lads in the changing room. Since I have been at Wimbledon the supporters have been first class and they are the best fans I have played for. The fans were unbelievable tonight and I thank them for coming down in their numbers to watch us. We will do our best to push on this season and hopefully get promotion.”
Sammy’s interview featured on Dons Player this morning, along with Neal Ardley’s verdict on last night’s 5-3 thriller at Brentford.