Lazio goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha looked for the positives in the team’s goalless draw against Olympique Marseille last night.

Speaking in an interview with Italian radio broadcaster Lazio Style Radio (via LazioNews24) after the game, the 26-year-old Albanian shot-stopper was happy with the team’s performance in the second half yesterday.

For what we did it’s tough, in the end especially we deserved to win. But let’s look at the glass half full, we are doing good things and little by little everything will come. 

The first half was more difficult, when we started to find Cataldi more we went better. He is doing very well and deserves everything that is happening to him. 

Let’s kick off again from this second half and the match against Inter.

Strakosha then touched on the importance of his relationship with the other two goalkeepers in the Lazio first team, Pepe Reina and Marius Adamonis.

They are all important, I train with them and they all give so much. The coach is happy with how we are.

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The 26-year-old Strakosha, who is contracted to Lazio until next year in 2022, has only made three appearances so far this season, playing every available minute in the Europa League.

He is still the second choice goalkeeper to Spanish veteran Pepe Reina and his calamitous mistake in the 1-0 loss to Galatasaray last month did little to restore coach Maurizio Sarri’s trust in him.

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However, Strakosha did have a strong game against Olympique Marseille last night, making a few key saves to keep the Roman club in the match.

Lazio are hoping to tie Strakosha down to a new deal and an increasing amount of playing time under Sarri may convince him to put pen to paper.