Joe Dodoo hopes that Blackpoolâ€™s 2-0 victory over Coventry City proves to be a catalyst that gets the season firmly up and running.
The forward, on loan from Rangers, wrapped up Poolâ€™s first three points of the season with the second goal at Bloomfield Road and believes the side can take a lot of confidence moving forward.
â€œIt was brilliant, obviously we played really well and I thought we dominated the game. It was good to get the two goals and obviously put the game to bed,â€ he said.
â€œIt was important (to get the win) because we drew twice and obviously won in the cup game. Weâ€™re a good side and we just need to get going and a win can obviously set the foundation for us to go on and do more.â€
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The goal Dodoo scored was his first competitive one for the club, coming off a long punt upfield by Michael Nottingham.
â€œWe tried a couple of clearances and they fell a bit short, I gambled on the third one because it just needed to be overhit. It went over and I managed to get on the end of it and put it in,â€ he insisted.
Blackpoolâ€™s other goalscorer on the night was Mark Cullen, and Dodoo happy with the link-up play with his fellow striker.
â€œIn pre-season we played a lot together so we got to know each other a lot. Weâ€™ve obviously not played together for a while but weâ€™ve got a good chemistry together. It went well and Iâ€™m happy,â€ he added.