Tim Krul is targeting a winning run for Newcastle United after returning from injury.
After sitting out seven games in all competitions earlier in the season, the goalkeeper made his first-team comeback for the Wear-Tyne derby draw at Sunderland on 21st October.
Krul was then also involved for the win over West Bromwich Albion and he is expected to feature on Sunday when Newcastle travel to Liverpool.
The Dutchman is pleased to be back and hopes his 10th-placed Premier League club are at the start of a positive run after two games without defeat.
"I've been injured for a few weeks, so it's nice to be back, to be important and to be winning again," Krul told Newcastle's official website.
"I'm horrific at watching games, if I'm honest. I was out for a few weeks but it's nice to be back and I think the next few games are good for us.
"We feel like we can get a few points and I want to be a part of that. There's no reason why we can't put a few results together and go on a good run."