New Belief - Goulding

Last updated : 01 March 2009 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator
He may have been farmed out to Eastbourne on loan earlier in the season, but with new boss Eddie Howe now in charge, Goulding speaks of the renewed belief there is around the squad. He is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "First and foremost, it was a great result. We are now two points behind, which was our aim before the Dagenham game. Personally, I was disappointed not to score after having two good chances. I was a bit unlucky with a header that hit the post but I should have rolled in the second one. But Moles (Mark Molesley) saved me when he pulled one out of the bag and it's a team effort. There's a buzz around the changing room since Eddie came in and we're doing everything right. Everyone is enjoying it and everyone believes we can get out of the hole we were put in. Eddie has been talking to me all the time and telling me what he thinks. We've been working after training and I think my game is coming on. I will be looking to push for some starts before the end of the season. But if it means coming on for 15 to 20 minutes and doing my bit for the team then I'm more than happy to do that".