Forward bemoans lack of chances
Sunderland forward Stephane Sessegnon has called for his side to be more dangerous going forward after a lack of goals this season.
The Benin international has been disappointed by the failure to convert chances with the Black Cats only bagging six goals in eight games, five of those coming via £14 million summer signing Steven Fletcher.
Martin O'Neill's side picked up a draw at the Stadium of Light on Sunday against rivals Newcastle courtesy of a Demba Ba own goal in the closing stages.
The 28-year-old believes with the ability of the attacking players available in the likes of Adam Johnson, James McClean and Fletcher they should be more potent going forward.
"We've continued to pick up points at the start of the season which is the most important thing," he told the Sunderland Echo.
"But it's clear at the moment that we can still improve a lot. We know that offensively we've had a few difficulties this season."
"We're not creating those chances and again on Sunday, neither me or Fletch (Steven Fletcher) saw a lot of the ball, not as much as we'd have liked definitely."