AS Monaco forward Henry Onyekuru believes his French Ligue outfit will perform better this season despite starting poorly losing two matches back to back.

The former Everton man who made his debut last weekend in their 0-3 loss to Metz revealed to that the team has put behind them the loss and are focused on the next game at home against Nimes this weekend.

“ The team has put aside the loss. It was a sad experience losing my first game with my new club and myself and the rest of my colleagues were not happy. But one thing was clear, we told ourselves we have to put aside that loss and concentrate on the next game. We must restore the confidence of our fans in us when we play at home which means we are aiming to win,” Onyekuru posited.

On the arrival of former Sevilla goal poacher Wissam Ben Yedder to beef up the squad, he stressed that the signings the club has made so far shows the intent of the club to win and return to the zenith of French football again.

He also believes the quality of players at the club have what it takes to deliver and turn the fortunes of the club.

Onyekuru joined Monaco for about 20 million euros from Everton and signed a five-year contract to stay at the Stade Louis II till 2024.