The Light Blues trounced Hamilton 5-0 in yesterday’s Premiership game in which Defoe put his name on the score sheet.
The English striker, who was bought on loan from Bournemouth, has already bagged four goals and an assist this season.
In fact, it was a second big victory in a row for the Gers and Defoe insists
The striker said ( h/t The Scottish Sun)
“We want to win every game we play — and we believe we’re good enough to do that.”
He further added that the Gers are playing with high intensity.
“We showed against Kilmarnock in midweek we could score goals and it was important we continued that.
“We’ve been working on things in training because we put a lot of crosses into the box.
“We had to put in a good performance here and the intensity was there from the start.”
He offered his thoughts on the team’s struggle last week as they suffered back to back goal-less draws.
The game also saw the fellow players Scott Arfield, Jack Ryan and super-sub Kyle Lafferty finding the score sheet.
Moreles not missed by the Gers
Steven Gerrard praised the team’s display as Gers were able to cope even without Alfredo Morelos.
The Colombian Striker who is currently the top scorer of Premiership was sorely missed by Gers in their previous games.
The 22-year-old made his comeback in the Scottish Cup clash against Kilmarnock and ended up scoring four goals.
The former Anfield star earlier said the Gers had turned their attention completely towards Scottish Cup.
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The Gers are slated to face Dundee prior to the Scottish Cup Quarter-finals against Aberdeen this Sunday.