Sunderland made three January transfer window signings, buying French midfielder Alfred Nâ€™Diaye from Bursaspor, striker Danny Graham from Swansea, and loaning centre-back Kader Mangane from Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal.
â€śThe few players heâ€™s brought are all high-quality players who add to the squad and the competition,â€ť said Colback. â€śIt can only be good that weâ€™ve got that because with injuries and stuff you need players who can come in and play. Weâ€™ve got that now so hopefully we can get a few wins after the break and start looking up rather than down.
â€śItâ€™s good for the club to see players come in, it gives the players a lift and more importantly it gives the fans a lift. Itâ€™s good for them to see fresh faces come in. Alfredâ€™s done well, heâ€™s shown what heâ€™s all about, and Danny will get goals.â€ť