Louis Saha is convinced of Sunderland's goal scoring power.

They opened the season with a 0-0 draw at Arsenal, but have found the net twice in each of the two games since the arrival of Adam Johnson and Steven Fletcher.

"I think we've got some good strikers and if we get a good spirit and a good set-up, we can score goals," Saha told The Journal.

"It's not only the strikers that can score goals. We've got quality in the side and it's an enjoyable way to play football. It's great to play here.

"In his mind he (manager Martin O'Neill) can see clearly he wants nice football with the players enjoying themselves.

"We have players like Lee Cattermole to make sure the balance is right defensively and going forward.

"I'm pretty sure we've got a good team and we can do good things."