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Post  cyprussyd on Fri Jul 14, 2017 3:44 pm

James Vaughan will bring a new dimension to Sunderland’s play, but it's unlikely he'll be last attacking addition according to Simon Grayson.

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The 29-year-old swapped Bury for Wearside on Thursday, penning a two-year deal at the Stadium of Light just one week after lining up against the Black Cats at Gigg Lane.
Grayson knows Vaughan well having brought him to Huddersfield Town during his promotion-winning tenure at the John Smith’s Stadium.
And speaking to safc.com, the Sunderland boss revealed what the striker will bring to the SoL before setting his sights on further additions.
“James has good experience and he scored a lot of goals last year.
“He’s a player who will come into the squad and give us something different because I think we were missing a striker with a physical presence – and he certainly brings that attribute.”
He continued: “He’s mobile, he knows where the goal is and he fits in with the ethos that we’re trying to bring to Sunderland, so I’m sure he’ll be delighted to sign and get going.
“James has played at this level so he’s know what it’s all about and he’s a different option for us, but is it the end of the striking options we’re going to bring in? Probably not.
“We’ll be looking to bring in other people as well but he gives us another dimension to how we want to play.”

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Post  Silvers on Fri Jul 14, 2017 7:27 pm

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