Head coach ready to kick on

by Oscar Chamberlain

Poyet looking to build on good start.

Gus Poyet is pleased but ready to kick on with Sunderland having made an unbeaten start to their 2014-15 campaign.

After draws with West Bromwich Albion and Manchester United, followed by a win over Birmingham City in the Capital One Cup, next up  for the Black Cats is a trip Loftus Road to take on QPR, where Poyet hopes to build on a positive start to the season.

“We have played two games away and Manchester United at home and we are still unbeaten, so I think we are okay.

“I’m pleased but people that know me will tell you that it doesn’t stop here, it is all about tomorrow’s game but we need to continue believing in what we do.”

He added: “If we take the very good moments from the three games into the 90 minutes we are going to win plenty of games.”

QPR are yet to pick up a point in the Barclays Premier League but the head coach is expecting a tough game, stating that sooner or later the R’s will pick up a positive result.

“I think it is going to be a very tough game, you don’t see to many teams in the world lose lots of games in a row so sooner or later they are going to get a win.

“They’re at home and they need to win so their attitude and desire is going to be immense, we need to make sure we cope with that and at the same time take advantage of that desire and control the game the best we can.

He continued: “My aim is to keep performing and take the moments we have - we keep improving, the team is strong and we are solid."