"Kenwyne's getting fitter and stronger and I believe there's more to come from him," the Black Cats boss said. "He has spent the last few weeks on the training pitch and it shows. It's always nice for a striker to get goals and Kenwyne has another (he scored his second goal for the club at Arsenal on October 7) under his belt. That will do him good.
"Kenwyne's got a physical presence and that's something that we had lacked. We need a fit and strong Kenwyne if we're going to have a good season."