Date: 15th September 2011 at 11:40am
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Swansea City winger Scott Sinclair says he’s disappointed with his lack of goals so far this season.

After netting 27 goals last season – including a hatrick in the Championship Play-Off Final, Sinclair told the Official Site that he feels he should be doing more to end the club’s goalless run.

‘I’ve been disappointed with myself because I’m yet to score after getting 27 goals last season,’

‘But I’ve hit the crossbar twice and I’m getting closer.’

‘Danny has gone very close too, and once he gets a goal he’ll score plenty more because he is a quality player,’

‘But I look around the team and I see goals – not just from Danny, myself, Leroy [Lita], Nathan [Dyer] and [Stephen] Dobbie, but from the back and midfield too.

‘We don’t just look at the forward players and say ‘it’s your job to score’ because it’s not.

‘We defend as a team and attack as a team – everyone has to chip in.’


Swansea City have another opportunity on Saturday to end their goalless run of four games when they host West Bromwich Albion in front of a sell out Liberty Stadium crowd.