Mon, Jun
48 New Articles

Kenwyne Jones has vowed to finish the season with no regrets and end on a winning high.

The Trinidad and Tobago striker has been in a rich vein of form recently netting six goals in his last four games including a double in the 5-2 win over Barnsley.

He knows that Saints are in a great position to regain their Premiership status and has pledged to give it his very best shot.

He said: "I want to finish this season with no regrets. There are not many more games to go and we have to win them all. The team is focused on one goal, which is promotion and we will all be going out there playing like it's our last game.
"There is no point holding back and giving up this opportunity. I don't want to regret anything. If it is not to be then then it is not to be - but in my eyes it will be!"

Saturday's brace saw Jones take his tally up to 14 for the season, closing in on leading scorer Grzegorz Rasiak on 19.
But Jones is not concerned with trying to overtake his teammate, preferring to focus on the bigger picture.

He said: "If it happens, it happens - but I am not trying to get past him. It would be selfish to feel like that and I am just keeping my eyes on promotion.
"Within the ambience of the team we are just thinking about getting back to the Premiership rather than personal goals.

"It is going well for me right now though. At the moment I am full of confidence that anything I touch will go in and it is nice to feel that way. Football is full of ups and downs and I am enjoying the ups at the moment."
But he knows that there is still a lot of work to be done to regain their Premiership status starting at Coventry tonight.

George Burley's men face a new look Sky Blues side who play their first game under the control of Saints old boys Iain Dowie and Tim Flowers.
They are expecting a tough match from Dowie's new team at the Ricoh Arena, but go into the match with confidence after the weekend's victory.

Jones added: "Saturday was a very good result for us, it was nice playing and scoring five goals for the fans. It will be a lovely gift for them if we get automatic promotion and we will be fighting to the end to ensure that happens.
"We don't have anything to be nervous about, we just need to go out there and play to our best and get the right result.

"We have not given up on automatic promotion and still have some big games left to play, and each one is like cup final for us."