Sierra Leone winger vows to end goal drought with Lincoln City

Sierra Leone international winger, Albert Jarret is eager to end his goal drought and become a goal scorer as well as a goal provider to help fire Lincoln City away from the bottom two in League Two.
For much of this season Lincoln City had scored just seven goals in their opening 14 games, with a big criticism being the inability of the front men to get on the end of Jarrett’s dangerous crosses in the box.
While Jarrett is pleased to be playing alongside a more in-form striking force, he is desperate to add to the two goals he has scored so far this season.
“I think I should score more goals. That is a weak part in my game at the moment and it is something I’m working on in training,” said the Leone Stars winger.
“It is not that I’m not capable of scoring, it is just that I haven’t been getting in the right positions to score goals. I haven’t been getting in the right place at the right time. Hopefully I will come well just when we need it and go on a little goal scoring run.”
“I still want to be providing goals for the team and it is good to have strikers who are scoring goals. The players are getting on the end of the crosses, but we are also scoring goals from other areas, such as from general play and set-pieces, which is good.”
Jarrett believes the lengthy lay-off from the winter weather in November and December has had a big effect on the Lincoln team, who has lost three games in a row following the return to action.
“It has been a frustrating time,” said the former Barnet player. “Although we were training in that time it is not the same as playing games. Your body gets into a routine with playing games week in, week.