Redmayne ready for Jets test

Melbourne Heart FC goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne believes there are plenty of positives his side can take into the game against Newcastle Jets on Sunday afternoon off the back of recent performances.

Melbourne Heart FC goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne believes there are plenty of positives his side can take into the game against Newcastle Jets on Sunday afternoon off the back of recent performances.

"If you look at our performances we've been creating a lot of chances and looking quite solid defensively," Redmayne said.

"I think we can take the positives out of the games we've played and I think we can string a good performance together against Newcastle."

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Redmayne, who has registered a number of positive performances this campaign, admitted that a win over Newcastle remains the team objective.

"I've been reasonably happy with my form but having said that it would be great to get the three points."

Creating a total of 19 chances against the Western Sydney Wanderers as well as holding majority of possession against the Sky blues last week, Redmayne is confident results will soon turn in favour for Melbourne Heart FC.

"We know its not far away, you only need a couple of results to turn around," the 24-year-old said.

"I think once we do find the back of the net its going to flow [so] its not from lack of chances."

Melbourne Heart FC's defence could be bolstered by the return of Patrick Kisnorbo from injury, and Redmayne believes his imminent return will only create healthy competition in the Heart's back-line.

"Patty trained full today and was looking quite solid so its good to have him back and the more men on the field the better."

As the Red and White look to turn around their start to the 2013-14 campaign, Redmayne insists there is no pressure surrounding the playing group.

"We're not feeling any pressure,” he said.

"I think we've had solid games - Western Sydney was a solid performances [as well as] the Mariners and Victory.

“We know that the performances are good so we just need to string together a full 90 minute performance."