Melbourne Heart FC’s Aziz Behich believes goals are just around the corner as his side prepares for their Hyundai A-League clash against Sydney FC on Friday night
Melbourne Heart FC-s Aziz Behich believes goals are just around the corner as his side prepares for their Hyundai A-League clash against Sydney FC on Friday night.
Behich and the Melbourne Heart welcomes Frank Farina-s Sky Blues to AAMI Park and believes the Red and White are ready for the likes of Alessandro Del Piero.
"We are disappointed about not winning, because we are a club that wants to win games," he said.
"But in saying that, with our performances that we're putting in, I do believe that we deserve more out of them.
We're putting in solid performances, we're just not hitting the back of the net. So, hopefully that can turn around on Friday."
Behich believes that once the Red and White start to string goals and wins together, they will be a difficult outfit to stop.
“Once we start hitting the back of the net I think we won-t stop,” Behich said.
“We-ve got goals that we want to achieve and I think we are heading in the right direction.”
Despite still chasing those first elusive three points of the season, the defender explained that morale was still high among the playing group.
“We-ve still got a positive buzz about us and all the boys are pretty confident,” Behich said.
“We-ve got a tight group; we-ve got good leaders in the group just to make sure that we are still heading in the right direction.
“We are playing well; the last couple of weeks especially we are creating more [chances] than the opposition - [we] just need to be a bit more ruthless in front of goal so hopefully Friday that can change.
“It is only five games into the season but you want to start [winning] early but the thing with the A-League is that if you win one or two games you-re back up there again so hopefully we can turn it around.”
Behich, who returned to the A-League on a one-year loan deal from Turkish outfit Bursaspor, also outlined his motivation for signing with Melbourne Heart FC for a second time.
“It was a good experience [in Turkey],” Behich said.
“The A-League improves every year, the competition gets tougher and players that come in get better and better so I'm enjoying my time back at the Heart.”
“It-s a great club so it was my first option when coming back to the A-League.”
Match Details Friday 15 November 2013 Hyundai A-League Round 6 Melbourne Heart FC vs. Sydney FC AAMI Park, Melbourne Kick-off: 7.30pm. Click here to purchases you tickets!