Colback keen to put red card behind him

13 May 2010 11:07
Sunderland youngster Jack Colback will put the disappointment of his senior debut behind him to push for a regular place next season.[LNB] The 20-year-old midfielder was handed his Premier League bow as a late substitute during the club's 2-1 final day defeat at Wolves, but failed to finish the game as a result of two yellow cards which saw him sent off shortly after defender Michael Turner had suffered a similar fate.[LNB]But after enjoying an excellent season on loan at Championship Ipswich, where he was voted Players' Player of the Year, Colback will look erase that memory by staking a claim at the Stadium of Light.[LNB]He said: "I really enjoyed my time down at Ipswich. The manager was always very good by me, and the rest of the staff and the players.[LNB]"But the next step in my career, I feel, is to try to make an impact in the Premier League, and that will be up here with Sunderland, hopefully.[LNB]"I will come back next year, hopefully impress the manager and see how it goes from there."[LNB]

Source: Team_Talk