Date: 30th November 2015 at 12:31am
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Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson agrees with Sam Allardyce in that just because the side has found two wins on the bounce, doesn’t mean they are out of trouble just yet.

Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson agrees with Sam Allardyce in that just because the side has found two wins on the bounce, doesn’t mean they are out of trouble just yet.

A 1-0 win at Crystal Palace followed by a 2-0 win at home to Stoke has lifted the Black Cats out of the bottom three, but Larsson says they must not get over confident, there is a long way to go yet.

Patrick van Aanholt and Duncan Watmore scored the all important goals against the Potters late in in quick succession, but it did help seeing Ryan Shawcross get sent off for two yellow cards.

After the match, Allardyce was quick to play down the win and Larsson followed suit claiming that the side needs to knuckle down and concentrate on results.

Larsson told the Daily Mail: ‘That’s what it’s like down there. Unfortunately, we know it all too well.

‘But two wins is massive and of course it pushes you up and it sort of sends the message that you are the team on the way up, and we need to capitalise on that and keep going because we know how quickly it can change.

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