Newcastle United striker Loic Remy admits that Newcastle have been hurt by Yohan Cabaye's move to PSG, but must do their best until the end of the season for the fans.
"We lost a little bit of confidence in those games because we lost an important player in Cabaye," Remy told reporters. "(The fans) want us to win every game. 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."
The French midfielder moved to Paris Saint Germain for £19m at the end of January which saw a slip in form for Newcastle.
But Remy insists they are over that and now will continue to improve. The Magpies have won their last two Premier League games and Remy has scored 13 goals in the league this season.
"There is no reason why we can't get good results in the future," he added." Everybody wants to get good results. When we work hard we get good results. 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."
It is likely that they will have to do this without their manager Alan Pardew. The Newcastle boss is likely to receive a lengthy touchline ban after head-butting Hull midfielder David Meyler.
Newcastle fans will be relieved that the storm has passed, as the Cabaye situation has been a constant thorn in their side. Arsenal tried to sign the Frenchman in the summer and when Newcastle refused relationships between the club and the player turned hostile
Newcastle are currently placed eight in the Premier League with 43 points and 10 games to go.
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