Milan Baros says that he will soon get his full fitness and confidence back following his wonderful goal against Sunderland at the weekend.
The Czech Republic international, who moved from Liverpool in the summer, suffered a Achilles problem that kept him out of action for six weeks. The player says he has now recovered and is ready to start hitting the back of the net on a regular basis.
The striker said: 'I've been out for six weeks. It has been frustrating because you want to do well and play all the time when you come to a new club and show the fans what you are capable of. It is important I get my fitness and confidence back. I feel better for every second and minute I am on the pitch and it should not be long before I am back to my best.'
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