Borja's on the hunt for more goals
16th October 2016
Borja hopes his maiden goal for Swansea City will be the first of many for the club in the Premier League.
The Spanish striker struck his opening goal for the Swans six minutes after being introduced in Saturday's 3-2 defeat at Arsenal.
Borja, a club-record signing from Atletico Madrid this summer, guided Modou Barrow's cross past Petr Cech to set up a tense finish at the Emirates Stadium.
And the 24-year-old is hoping to be a regular in new manager Bob Bradley's starting plans, and on the scoresheet, as the Swans look to move back up the Premier League table - starting at home against Watford next weekend.
"I am really happy to have scored my first goal for Swansea in the Premier League," said Borja. "It was a very good pass from Modou, who did very well.
"It's good for a striker's confidence to get their first goal as soon as possible - now I hope this is the first of many goals for the club.
"Hopefully I have done enough to impress the manager and showed him what I can do for the team.
"It would be fantastic for me to play against Watford next week and hopefully score again to help the team win."
He added: "The team worked hard against Arsenal and we created many chances, and that's a good sign.
"We may have lost the games, but there many positives we can take from the game."