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Sess urged by family and friends to up goals' rate

13 January 2016

Albion man looking to add to tally

STEPHANE Sessegnon claims his nearest and dearest will not let him rest until he starts scoring more goals.

The Baggies man was speaking to overseas' broadcasters ahead of this week's away double-header.

Tony Pulis' side take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge tonight (7.45pm kick-off) before visiting Southampton on Saturday (3pm).

'Sess', speaking through an interpreter, is keen to add to his solitary goal for this season - Albion's opener in the recent 2-1 win against Stoke.

And he knows that he will be getting no rest from his loved ones, until he does...

"Certain friends and family have been winding me up over my statistics so I'm determined to put that right," he said.

"But I would like to get more goals. I think I have the ability and quality to do so - I'm looking to improve my finishing and get more assists. 

"I know I can do better and I'm working to do so.

"I'm happy to be playing more. My aim is to make the most of my opportunities and try to not only set-up more chances but score as well."


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