0 Have your say Luke O’Nien is relishing his extended stay in the Sunderland XI and says his move to right back has been a great learning curve. O’Nien drew stellar reviews for his efforts in the 2-1 win over Walsall last Saturday, and the popular summer signing is grateful for the support he’s had in making his new role a major success. “It’s been a good learning curve for me,” he said. “Playing right-back is not too much different from playing in the middle, you’ve just got to slightly adapt your thinking and your positioning. I’ve got good people around me who are helping me all the time.“I’ve enjoyed my transition from midfield to right-back and it’s nice to be contributing to the team on a weekend. “A lot of people have helped me to build my game and I’ve improved a lot as a person since I’ve come here. Hopefully it can continue for the rest of the season.”Jack Ross was full of praise for O’Nien after that win over Walsall, the Sunderland manager vindicated in his decision not to move the former Wycombe Wanderers man back into midfield. Ross did add, though, that O’Nien’s attitude and willingness… Read full this story
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