Sunderland boss Paolo di Canio isn't panicking over their slow start to the season.
Di Canio insists results will turn around.
â€śI wanted a good start to the season,â€ť he told the Sunderland Echo. â€śI wanted us to start really well, but I was not relying entirely on getting points from the opening three games.
â€śThis is a long season and over the course of it, the potential of teams will come out and I believe that, as a squad, we have great potential.
â€śThat wonâ€™t happen straight away though, the real potential of clubs will only start to emerge in November, December time, after 14 or 15 games.
â€śIt might be more, it might be 20, but Iâ€™m sure that, by the end of the season, we will demonstrate our quality.
â€śIâ€™m not worried. We wanted to make a great start but we will develop and we will improve.â€ť
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