Grant Patient

Grant McCann, whose free kick won the reserve game against Chelsea on Wednesday night, says he will be patient as he tries to become a first team regular.
Glenn offered Grant a new contract in the summer when he was a free agent and was seriously considering leaving Upton Park.
He was even thinking about a move to third division Cheltenham, where he spent last season on loan.
But now, after being offered a two year deal by Glenn Roeder, he is glad he stayed.
"Glenn is always easy to talk to if you have any troubles," says Grant, "and as soon as he came I said to my dad I'm going to stay if he offers me the right contract.
"He has looked at the players and given everyone a clean break.
"I thought if he is going to do that I will give it a go; he has given me a chance and I'm really happy.
"Glenn came in and has given me a two year contract, saying he wants to keep me and that I figured in his plans - as soon as he got the job I thought 'no problems, I'm staying.'"
Grant has not figured since the 7-1 defeat at Blackburn, when he came on as a second half substitute, but he says:
"The is team starting to play well which makes me pleased, even though I haven't been in the squad recently because he is going for experience.
"Hopefully it keeps going well: it's all good if the club keeps winning.
"It's up to Glenn; maybe if there are a couple of injuries I'll get my chance and if it comes I will take it.
"If not I will keep biding my time and wait for the opportunity.
"Everyone is doing well and I'm really happy for Glenn; the club is definitely on a high, and hopefully it keeps going on Saturday."
Of the defeat at Ewood Park, in which he scored an own goal, he says:
"It was one of those that you see at the last minute and it just fizzed in.
"I didn't know where I was; everyone says I should have let it go, but I just swung a foot at it."
At least it was not a decisive goal, and he adds:
"That's what I was thinking myself; had it been 1-1 at the time I'd have felt more about it, but we were getting beaten, Tomas Repka had been sent off, and it was a no-hope anyway.
"If Trevor had scored the header we might have had a chance.
"Blackburn were buzzing, and it was game over with the sending off.
"It was just one of those things and I'm trying to get it out of my mind; I will just try and forget about it and move on from there.
"Paolo Di Canio talked to me and said it happens to everyone, there is no point in getting down.
"I was a little bit nervous as well especially with Tomas sent off and me being pushed to left back.
"Even though I did play there all of last season for Cheltenham, in a Premiership game it is a bit different; in fact, the difference is frightening after playing against unknown third division players.
"Everyone said I did well; I was up against Damien Johnson who plays with me in the Northern Ireland team, then Craig Hignett came on."
Grant thinks the squad is not far off being complete, and adds:
"He has been speaking about getting a new centre half and if that works I think that is all that is missing, though Christian Dailly has done well for West Ham - he kept Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink quiet last week.
"We could play three at the back to be more solid, but it is not my decision of course."