Unfortunately due to work, last night's win was the first league game I have actually been able to watch live, but boy it didn't disappoint. I wouldn't say we were particularly brilliant and there was a few loose balls and misplaced passes, but we still managed to comfortably beat Gillingham when we weren't even at our best and that's the most important thing.
It's less than an hour before Jack Ross will announce the Sunderland team looking to extend their unbeaten run. Let's see if I get the line up right for once...
With kick off against Gillingham getting ever closer, we take a quick look at a couple of players who we expect to have a big impact this evening.
One man who has come out of the club's recent demise smelling of roses this season, more so than anyone else, is Bryan Oviedo. The 'full back' has been instrumental in both home wins, setting up three of the five goals that have been scored in front of the home crowd.
Sunderland have started the season with an upbeat tempo, but so did Simon Grayson side from 12 months ago. Can we separate the two sides this early on in the season. Yes, yes we can.
While supporting Sunderland, it is a rarity that we will lose a match and have little to complain about. The 0-2 scoreline suffered last night at the hands of Sheffield Wednesday doesn't do us justice and there are plenty of positives to take away. Here are five things we learnt from last night's loss.
Whilst Jack Ross is still searching for a striker to add to the senior squad, Sunderland have managed to complete the signing of young Frenchman Lilyan Compper. Meanwhile, Lee Cattermole is looking to make a move to France to reunite with Gus Poyet.
Away days are definitely back as our resident traveller Ethan gives us the low down on his trip to Luton.
Away day's are back as Sunderland look to win their opening two games for the first time ever.
It looks like Sunderland will do very little business before the transfer window shuts.