Cabaye sale knocked Newcastle back - Remy

The on-loan Magpies striker salutes the fans for their role in helping the club to move past the midfielder's sale to Paris Saint-Germain and wants to reward them with hard work
Newcastle striker Loic Remy has hailed the role of the club's fans in helping the Magpies to get over the sale of Yohan Cabaye and bring an end to a poor run of form.

Alan Pardew's men sit eighth in the Premier League but had earlier endured a spell of just one one win in nine fixtures in all competitions.

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However, wins against Aston Villa and Hull City have helped stop the rot and Remy revealed that the players were determined to turn things around for the club's supporters after recovering from the influential midfielder's January departure for Paris Saint-Germain.

"We lost a little bit of confidence in those games because we lost an important player in Cabaye," the on-loan QPR forward explained to the Evening Chronicle.

"I am very proud of my team-mates because we've all worked very hard and we feel that's how we have to play for the rest of the season.

"I feel we can get some good results in the next few games but we want to show the fans that we can fight for every game. They want us to win every game [and] we want this as well.

"I want to say: Keep going and support the team like they have been doing since the beginning of the season. We are going to do the best for them until the end of the season. We will keep working hard on the training ground.

"There is no reason why we can't get good results in the future. Everybody wants to get good results. When we work hard, we get good results."