I have to put bad memories behind me and create great ones here – Berahino


Former West Brom player, Saido Berahino has revealed that he has to move on from his past mistakes as he’s willing to prove a point to himself at his new club Stoke and prove his critics wrong.
Berahino was signed by Stoke in January to bring an end to his troubled time at West Brom — although it was only shortly after the move that it emerged he had served an eight-week Football Association ban earlier this season for using a recreational drug.
While he was speaking ahead of Stoke’s Premier League clash with Manchester City on Wednesday, the 23-year-old striker told Sky Sports: “I have a lot to prove to myself first of all, and I think I owe that to myself.
“I’ve let myself down a lot, and it’s time that I put it right and prove to myself I can be the player that was showing good signs.”
Berahino, who scored 20 goals in all competitions for West Brom in 2014-15, has stressed his desire to create “great memories” at Stoke as he looks to find form again and properly move on from his past problems.
“Sometimes you just have to be stronger than that, and put your hand up and accept that you made mistakes.
“No one knows the full story, apart from the FA and the club. It’s hard, but you have to take it on the chin. I put myself in that situation and you have to pay for your actions.
“It’s done now and I’m just looking forward to putting all that behind me and creating great memories here.”
However, Berahino has not played  first-team football since he arrived Stoke in September, and he has made four appearances, all as a substitute, so far for the Staffordshire outfit, without scoring.

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