Brown sees Black Cats future
By Richard Scott
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Chris Brown has insisted he still has a future at the Stadium of Light.
Sunderland striker Chris Brown, currently at Hull City on a three-month loan deal, insisted he still has a future at The Stadium of Light.
Brown, who made 40 appearances for the Wearsiders last season, arrived at The KC Stadium in August but has failed to score in seven appearances as Hull have struggled.
Although Brown has moved to The Tigers on loan he sees it as purely a temporary move, and he is keen to play a role in helping Sunderland to survive in The Premiership.
"My future is at Sunderland," Brown told The Journal.
"I hope it is, as I'm a Sunderland lad and hopefully I'll be there for the long term," he added.
"I've enjoyed it at Hull, but I'm not going to accept that I'm not going to get in at Sunderland.
"My aim is to get in there. That's the reason I came to Hull, to play games and impress the manager.
"Sunderland send scouts down to most games and hopefully someone is watching and I do impress. There's some time before any of that is decided, so I suppose we'll have to wait and see. If I'm not playing at Sunderland, though, I'd rather stay at Hull."
Brown's current scoring drought remains a concern, and he openly admits his confidence has been knocked.
"I just need a couple of goals now to get my confidence back up," said Brown.
"That's my main aim at the moment."