FRASER Forster probably found himself back in a Celtic starting eleven team quicker than anyone anticipated. The Wall had found himself frozen out down in Southhampton after he made a promising start with Saints.
In his first season after his big-money move, the shot-stopper earned himself international recognition with England. Things quickly turned sour as Southampton battled the all too familiar relegation.
Since returning to what he called home, the big man looks to own the no.1 keeper’s jersey at Paradise. The keeper has been talking to the official club website on bouncing back today against Ross County after two poor results before the international break.
“We got off to a great start in the league, but had a couple of indifferent results there, and it’s a bit a wake-up call.
“We always know at some point in the season you’re going to have these games, but it’s all about how you react, what you learn from that, how you build on that and how you turn them into wins.
“Playing at home, we want to go out and play as well as we can. We’ve obviously dropped points in the last two games, but we’re very much looking to go out and give a good reaction.
“A lot of the lads have been away, so we’ve not had much time to work as an actual team. It was only really on Friday, when they were all back and had done their recovery, that we could get to work again.
“But we’re looking forward to the game against Ross County. You can’t change the past and we hope to put it right today.”
With Scott Bain returning into the fold, big Fraser will have to be consistently performing if he is to hold onto a starting place.