Britton strives for consistency at Sheffield United

16 November 2010 02:30
Sheffield United midfielder Leon Britton has admitted that his performances since joining the club have not been up to his usual standard.

The 28-year-old, who ended his seven-year stay at Swansea to sign for the Blades on a free transfer in the summer, has made 17 appearances this season, but his form has mirrored the club's erratic league showing.

Britton told the Sheffield Star: "I'd like to be more consistent week in, week out.

"Sometimes I've been good, sometimes I've been pretty average. But the main thing now is that we start doing well as a team.

"It's not about individuals doing well. It's about sticking together as a group and winning games."

The Blades have scored only 13 goals in their first 17 league games this season and Britton added:

"We're looking to put that right. If we can score some goals it gives us a greater chance of winning games - it's pretty simple."

Source: PA