SUNDERLAND’S Jack Colback says it is not inconceivable that the Black Cats can earn something for their efforts away to leaders Manchester United tomorrow after the boost from moving out of the relegation zone.
“When you go to the top teams, people say you won’t pick anything up, but we’ll be going there looking to hurt them,” said the midfielder.
“We’re a dangerous side to play. We showed that at Everton. We’ll be going there with the belief we can get something.
“Then it’s another big game against Southampton (next weekend) where we’ll be looking to win.
“The mood’s a lot better now. Most of us had forgotten what it feels like to win a game and it’s one of the best feelings you can have in football.
“The fans go home happy and it’s certainly something we want to keep doing.”