Sunderland's £6million signing Kenwyne Jones has vowed to do his best to score the goals to keep the Black Cats in the Premier League.
The 23-year-old Trinidad & Tobago international has already bagged three goals in six appearances for his new club, but believes he can do even better in the coming months.
He told the Sunderland Echo: "After the goal I scored at West Ham I should have scored more. Had I scored it would have turned the game, but we paid the price for missing chances.
"You can only do the best you can on the day and that was our best on Sunday, but we have a week to work now to get our best performance against Fulham.
"Every game is going to be vital. Whether it is Fulham, Derby or Manchester United, they are all vital games for us.
"We need points from every game and good performances. Hopefully the results are about to change.
"We will hit the training pitch as soon as we can and we have to try to make sure that we become more ruthless.
"We know that it's not just about scoring goals and taking chances. It's also about cutting out the mistakes and the errors that we have been making."