The game suited him today.
We obviously gave him a game plan and he worked himself into the space that we knew was going to be there.
Also saw more energy so maybe with some genuine competition for places he might move it up a notch.
Wouldn't be averse to seeing the front four move around more anyway and him find himself on the right occasonally for his deliveries. Beats Coleman's final third lottery.
Followed on from midweek where @stirlingblue
said, his lateral movement was much improved.
Heís not going to get on the ball on the half way line and start spraying the ball.
But if he can drift wide, his crossing is excellent.