Drought Will End - Grabban

12 March 2013 07:18
Lewis Grabban speaks about his recent goal drought, which has come at a time when the Cherries have slipped in the League One standings.

He may be the Cherries leading goal scorer on 13 goals, but it has been clear for all to see that Lewis Grabban has failed to find the back of the net in the last 6 Cherries matches, which has seen the Cherries loose the last 5 games.

Speaking about his goal drought, Grabban is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "I think every striker has a bit of a drought. It has been unfortunate that the drought has coincided with our losing streak so, as a team, we haven’t really scored goals and have been letting them in. But football changes and, hopefully, once one goes in, I will be back to normal, scoring every other week and we can start getting some goals as a team and me as an individual. Every season, you might not score for five games or whatever it is. I am not really too worried about it, to be honest. I just try to keep getting those chances. If I wasn’t there to miss them, then that would be worrying – if I wasn’t getting a shot. But as long as I am getting those chances, then it is just a matter of time before they start going in again".

Source: Cherries MAD