Swansea City striker Alberto Paloschi is hungry for more goals
29th February 2016
Alberto Paloschi hopes his goals can help the Swans retain their top-flight status after the Italian opened his account for the club.
Paloschi fired the Swans ahead at White Hart Lane on Sunday as Francesco Guidolin's side were beaten 2-1 by Tottenham Hotspur.
The striker reacted quickest after Angel Rangel's shot deflected off Jack Cork, with Paloschi firing into the top corner after 19 minutes for his first goal since joining from Chievo.
The Swans now face a trip to Arsenal on Wednesday evening before key games against Norwich City, Bournemouth and Aston Villa.
And Paloschi is hoping he can become a regular on the scoresheet in the remaining 11 games.
"I am starting to know people and they know me so I'm starting to get more chances and can score more goals," he said.
"I've just arrived so it's normal for it to take a while for me to settle in. I want to score as many goals as possible.
"I didn't feel any pressure, but even though I scored the result was bad for us. Now we have to play the next game in a different way and get some points.
"Hopefully my goals can save the team. The most important thing is not me, it's the team."
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