Peterborough United’s Jason Cummings, on loan from Nottingham Forest, is eager to keep his purple patch in front of goal going as he sees a change in his fortunes.
Cummings was frozen out at Forest after Aitor Karanka took over, but he’s making a fresh start at London Road under Steve Evans.
He hit a brace against Luton Town this weekend to take his tally to three in as many league games. The former Hibernian man is delighted to be playing regularly and determined to keep the run going as long as possible.
“I just want to keep it going,” reports Nottingham Live. “We have started well and the main thing is the team is winning. The goals are coming as well which is good for me personally, but it is the victories that are the main thing.”
After a tough time at the City Ground, the Scot is delighted to be back amongst the goals, but revealed he was always confident in his ability to score, if not in himself
“It is a good feeling, but throughout my career I have always felt in every game I have got a good chance to score, I’m not really a confidence player, but it does help”
Peterborough travel to Charlton this evening, looking to extend their excellent start to the season.
Cummings was always going to be a success and the only real surprise is that he had to drop down to League One to achieve it. He’s far too good for this level, but that will be evident as the goals pile up.
His capture was a significant coup for Steve Evans and one of the latest in a long line of strong summer deals which have seen Posh look like genuine title contenders in the early knockings.