El delantero Andrew Wenger sabe que es solo una cuestión de tiempo para que llegue la racha goleadora

Entre mas continuidad, mas goles, ese es la mentalidad de Wenger

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As time passes, Andrew Wenger is more comfortable.

When he is in his comfort zone, he thinks that good things will come.

"I hope to score goals and help my new club," Wenger said. "I like the atmosphere in training. We just have to move to the countryside. I know we will. We are training well. We just have to move that effort and intensity to the meetings.

"For me, personally, I'm hitting it off with my teammates. There is much talent in this locker room. I think it's a matter of time for everything to work. "

Since his move to the Union, he participated in four games. And he scored a goal.

View: Wenger's first goal with the Union

"The opportunities have been there for me and to other players and we need to capitalize on," Wenger scored. "I think when we mark the first, many more will come. We have to find that streak. We have to keep working. We have to continue generating opportunities. This takes time.

"If you keep creating chances, the goals came. I have confidence in myself and I know my colleagues also have it. We're going to score goals. Only a matter of time. And when that first goal between, many more will come. "

Wenger has enjoyed the most playing for the Union as it is in the town of Lancaster.

Play for your local team has been special.

"The public of PPL Park is spectacular," said Wenger. "They are very passionate and that's something great. We need to get points, especially at home for us and we have these extraordinary fans. Play for the Union and go to PPL Park has been a great experience. I can not wait to start doing it right. "

His teammates are impressed.

"I think Andrew is very talented and you can see he scored a lot of goals," said midfielder Maurice Edu. "It's a very complete player able to score and do other things. He's young and its progression is immense. I'm very excited about his progression and what can help us. "

Despite a 1-3-5 (eight points) to start the season, Wenger sees a club with great potential.

"When I was playing for Montreal, thought that the Union was very good," Wenger scored. "Now here, I can see it first hand. We just need conjuntarnos and am confident it will. "

Contact the writer of the Union Andy Jasner in andy.jasner @ yahoo.com

In Arthur Romero [aromero@philadelphiaunion.com]