Date: 19th November 2013 at 8:29am
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Striker Jamie Cureton has said he’ll score goals every week if he plays every week, but he admits Tamworth was a low point since joining the club.

Cureton has racked up four goals in two league starts since joining us from Exeter over the summer, although his full record stands at four goals in eleven appearances but he’s told the Western Daily Press that he feels like he’s just warming up at the club and he’s promised fans that even at 38 year of age, there is much more to come from him as he plays himself into some real form.

Looking back to the Tamworth loss in the first round of the FA Cup, he commented after failing to convert his own chances on the day.

‘The feeling after the final whistle was pure frustration. I felt I’d let myself, the team and the fans down. There was one miss that disappointed me the most and I took most of the blame on my shoulders because it could’ve got us a draw, but I’ve always been like that. My family know I’m a pain when we’ve lost.’

Cureton goes on to say that having started so few games so far this season, he feels he’ll start to find the net far more regularly when he’s getting a full 90 minutes under his belt and really plays himself into confidence and form because he still knows he can deliver on the pitch for us now he’s over his injury issues.

Moving on from the Tamworth disappointment, Cureton pointed to the Wycombe victory of proof of what he and this team are capable are when we perform to our best and that’s the sort of consistency he wants to see from us, and himself, as we head into the rest of the season, because he feels it was our best showing of the campaign so far.