Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
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Benitez speaks about Newcastle future and potential Napoli return

Benitez speaks about Newcastle future and potential Napoli return

A deep free kick from the right was met by Florian Lejeune at the back post, and the defender's volley back across goal was converted by Perez for his second in the space of four minutes. "For him, it was massive to be sure that they could be in the Champions League". I have a contract with Newcastle, I'm talking to them about my renewal.

In particular, down the right hand side Newcastle are causing all sorts of trouble with Yedlin, Shelvey and Ritchie getting beyond the relatively inexperienced Emerson.

Benitez said: "If we want to achieve something, we have to understand the way to do that". We did it five games ago.

Rather than throw everything forward in the hope of more goals, he was urging caution, like he has done since the first day he took over.

The 20-year-old will have been frustrated after a strong start to the season although Benitez is keen to add him to Newcastle's squad.

"The fans have ambitions and we have ambitions, and we have to know if everybody has the same feelings too". Look how he's got us playing.

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After the 9 game winning run that sent us to the top of the Championship he again urged everyone to stay calm.

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And the Spaniard reckons Sarri will be given the opportunity to adapt to the Premier League.

There were chants in support of manager Rafa Benitez and an incredible Wor Flags banner in the Gallowgate End.

Even when the PL season came round, it's been the same message.

"Unfortunately, it is like that, but we have to do our best in front of our fans and we will try to get points". He's got the club together, the city together, and everything has been positive.

He said: "It's clear after staying up - that was the main thing - you have the potential, you have everything to fight and to be in the top 10". That would be my honest opinion.

Newcastle have lost their last four games, including a 1-0 defeat at Tottenham on Wednesday, but they are in the best position of the three promoted clubs. "I don't think so, but we will see".

"I'm a Newcastle player, I'm happy here, I'm the captain and things are going really well".

"Finally, I would like to thank the fans for their unrivalled support of Rafa and the team throughout the season".

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