Pearson: Gallagher has come good

09 March 2010 01:02
Gallagher took time to settle after his arrival from Blackburn and had struggled to cement his place in Pearson's starting line-up.[LNB]However, February was the month when the 25-year-old proved his worth.[LNB]He scored four goals in the last two home games and Pearson hopes the Scot can continue to spearhead City's promotion push in the absence of injured top scorer Matty Fryatt.[LNB]"I am delighted for Paul. He has had a bit of criticism and he may have had to win a few people round, but I think he has done that now," said Pearson, who completed a double for the club by collecting the manager of the month gong for February.[LNB]"I am pleased for him because, after Matty got injured, it put a bit more pressure on the players. Paul, like the rest of them, has responded in the right manner. He has done well. He has come a long way and will be a good player for us over a long period of time."[LNB][LNB]

Source: Team_Talk