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Graeme Souness has challenged Kieron Dyer to become the goalscoring midfielder Newcastle United have been lacking for some time.
Dyer produced one of his best performances of the season in the win over Bolton Wanderers on Sunday, and he grabbed the winning goal his display merited 20 minutes from time.
Souness claims Dyer has been focused on his football for some time and is now starting to reap the rewards.
Kieron Dyer believes that the best way he can win back the support of Newcastle's fans is by helping them win the silverware they so desire.
Dyer's form has been key to Newcastle's recent upturn in form, but he has yet to win over supporters after a high-profile incident early in the season when he refused to play under Sir Bobby Robson.
Dyer publicly apologised for his indiscretion, caused when then-manager Robson asked him to play out of position, but the fans were understandably dismayed by the England international's attitude.