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Frazer Fully Motivated By Play-Off Hurt

Frazer Fully Motivated By Play-Off Hurt

Having finally made the first team Frazer is now looking forward to helping Saints reach the Championship, or at least try to.

After failing to make it through the play-offs last season he is even more determined now to make it this time around.

Talking to the Saints player he said, 'I've been there quite a few times now, and it does act as a motivator.'

'If we have to go down that road to get promotion then we do, but we want automic promotion and that's what everyone at this club is striving for.'

Frazer went on to say that Players such as Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert, Lee Barnard, Jason Puncheon and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain give Saints plenty of ammunition when hunting for goals.

He added that he thought we had some good creativity in midfield and some good defenders as well.

He is hoping to play on Saturday and is aware that he has stiff competition from Danny Butterfield.

Danny getting injured when he did gave Frazer his opening to play for the first team, and he is happy that he has now got back to full fitness.

Talking about Carlisle he knows that they have some speedy wingers and a good striker in Madine.

He expects Carlisle to be a tough test but saays that the team will be ready to scrap for the chance to play the football that we know they are capable of playing.

Sounds to me that Frazer is enjoying his life as a Saint now that he has resumed his career.

As he says winning does breed confidence and we have plenty.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Friday November 12 2010
Time: 5:40PM

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