Dundee striker Osman Sow feels his game can only get better now that he has scored his first goal for the Dens Park club.
Sow scored in the recent 3-3 draw against Dunfermline. However, he was still disappointed that Dundee managed to drop two points after being three goals to nil ahead. His goal was a fine header which gave the goalkeeper no chance.
“My rhythm is picking up”
“My fitness and my rhythm is picking up the longer I’m staying on the pitch. It is a step forward to get the goal, but we didn’t win and, at the end of the day, the only thing that really matters is getting points” he said (The Courier).
The player then explained how injury issues had hampered his fitness, but he feels almost fully fit now.
“I ruptured my Achilles in February. I have been back for a couple of months, but I had a few niggles. Now I just feel like I’m starting to get some rhythm in my play and I just want to keep playing.”
Dundee has a chance to make up for dropping those two points against Dunfermline when they take on bottom of the table Queen of the South on Boxing Day.
Next game is against bottom of the table side
That seems like a good game for Dundee to get back on track. Especially as they are taking on a team in poor form. However, manager James McPake won’t take anything for granted, especially after the match against Dunfermline.
At the moment Dundee is in seventh place in the Championship, two points off the play-off places. A win on Saturday would take them right up the table.