Aston Villa star Henri Lansbury has stated that failing to score for the club last season left him very frustrated.
Aston Villa managed to recruit the services of Henri Lansbury from Nottingham Forest during the January transfer window last season for a fee of around £2.5million and many believed at the time that the Villans had managed to pull off a bargain.
However, Lansbury failed to make any sort of positive impact at Villa Park following his arrival and ended up the campaign without registering a single goal or even an assist for his new club.
Lansbury has found his scoring boots this summer though, already finding the back of the net on three occasions during Villa’s pre-season campaign and he has now expressed his desire to rectify things during the upcoming campaign, before admitting to his frustrations last term.
Speaking to The Birmingham Mail, Lansbury said, “It’s always nice to score a goal but it doesn’t really case now though does it? We’ll have to wait until the season starts. We’ll just have to see what happens when the time comes.”
“It’s what my game is all about. It was frustrating not to score last season. I’ve got to be patient and I’m sure it will come.”