Bryan Oviedo insists Sunderland’s self belief hasn’t been dented despite four straight Championship defeats.
A late Daryl Murphy strike ensured Nottingham Forest were the latest team to leave Wearside with three points, extending the winless streak at home to almost 10-months.
Oviedo returned to the starting line-up after missing the Sheffield United defeat with fatigue following the international break and he insists that while the latest defeat was hard to take, the squad maintain belief their fortune will turn.
Sunderland, 20th in the Championship and just a point above the drop zone, travel to Hull City on Saturday.
“We are very disappointed, it was a tough one to take,” admitted Oviedo.
“It was a good game for us and it was unlucky we lost. For us, the only option…
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