GLORY ON THE UP

After not being able to secure points when Perth Glory played against Western Sydney FC, Central Coast Mariners and Melbourne Victory, the club where William Gallas currently plays for, Perth Glory is located at the last few spots of their league but the former Arsenal player believes that they can still win the title.

"Everything can go so quick. If you win four or five games you can be on top. I came here to win a trophy. To get something at the end of the season; that's my mentality. I'm a winner."

The forward of Perth Glory, Shane Smeltz completed his recovery from the injury he sustained not too long ago and William Gallas spoke about his teammate.

"At training, players try to know him better, to know about his movement. That's very important for the combination between midfield and striker. He likes to score goals, we have to assist him."

William Gallas has also been struggling with some injuries of his own but his recovery has allowed him to be featured on some of Perth Glory’s latest matches.

"Yeah, I played almost 80 minutes last Sunday; it was good. So, slowly I start to get fit and for the next game I will be ready to play 90 minutes. Yeah, I have to build my fitness, because I was injured for one month and because I am 36 years old I have to do a bit more to come back .It was not easy, but it was very important for me to patient."

When Gallas completed his move from Tottenham to Perth Glory, he stated that Alistair Edwards played an important role in his decision to making a move to his new club but the defender could only manage to make 2 appearances for Edwards as the coach was later sacked.

Despite having Edwards sacked, Gallas said that it does not change his commitment to the club.