Newcastle United’s future looks very exciting, but their immediate form needs to improve after their poor start to the season.
Speaking exclusively to Jim White on talkSPORT, right-back Emil Krafth spoke about the club’s current situation, the new owners and their attempts to secure that first league win of the season.
Swedish right-back hopes things will change at Newcastle
After the long-awaited takeover, things at Newcastle appear to be improving after the difficult ownership of Mike Ashley.
That said, despite Steve Bruce being sacked, things haven’t really improved on the pitch.
Sweden right-back Krafth, however, is optimistic and believes he can earn his first win of the season soon, ahead of a trip to Brighton this Saturday evening, live on talkSPORT.
“We have a great team, great players and everyone on the team knows what we can do,” he told talkSPORT.
Although he’s yet to win this season, Krafth hopes he can turn things around
“It’s just frustrating that we haven’t been able to win a game yet, but I think it’s a matter of time and confidence.
“As soon as we get the first one, we can ride that wave and try to keep going. “
It is almost certain that the new owners of the club will change the current squad with new signings and Eddie Howe is expected to be named.
Krafth, however, hopes to be a part of the new era by impressing the new manager and the new owners.
Krafth hopes to make a good impression on the club’s new owners and managers
“Of course, with the arrival of a new owner and possibly a new coach, you want to show them the best of yourself,” he added.
“But that’s what we’re all aiming for and what we’re trying to do.
“It’s hard to explain that we just have to focus on our next game and not think about what happened in the past because there is nothing we can do about it.
“We just need to focus on the future and what we can do. ”