Date: 2nd April 2008 at 9:04pm
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Roy Keane has signalled Sunderland`s intension to strengthen his squad in the summer with quality players.

Keane has done a great job since taking over the Blackcat`s hot seat but he hasn`t being able to attract the calibre player he has wanted.

Keane is hoping premiership survival can help change that.

Keane told Sky Sports.com “We want to try to bring in top, top players to the football club,”

“I know the fans over the last number of years have been left disappointed in terms of getting their hopes up, but that’s my job to try to fulfil their dreams.”

“To be fair, the priority for us is just to try to make sure we are in the Premier League next year.”

“We are having players watched at this moment in time, we are watching players all the time.”

“Part of my job is to try to win the next game, but obviously, I have scouts who do their homework – that’s why you employ these people, to share the load.”

“We have scouts all over Europe watching certain players and I will let them get on with their job.”

Vital Sunderland Says

Great news if we stop up.

 

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