Ian Wright has heaped praise on Adama Traore for becoming one of the Premier League’s most dangerous attacking players. His latest impressive showing came in the 2-0 victory away at West Ham United on Saturday, coming off the bench to set up Raul Jimenez’s opening goal and play a role in the second.
Ian Wright said “What I’ve noticed about him now is the way that he now seems to be appreciating the time and space he’s got, He’s so intelligent with the way he moves the ball. Once he moves into situations like that, he’s so difficult to stop. His crossing has improved no end as well. When you look at situations [when he’s out wide], he’s given space and he’s going to be difficult to stop. The blessing for West Ham is that he didn’t even start the game. We’re seeing a player now who knows about his ability. People were saying he’s like a headless chicken, but Nuno has really got him playing.”
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