West Ham director Manuel Pellegrini has contested Felipe Anderson to improve further, regardless of the Brazilian scoring two to see off Southampton.
Anderson, 25, grabbed both goals since the Hammers came from behind to beat the Saints 21 on Thursday.
That takes his premierleague tally upto eight since his or her pound;36m move from Lazio in July, but Pellegrini believed Anderson could offer more to his match.
“He loses too many chunks – he will keep on advancing,” said Pellegrini.
“He needs to understand the premierleague is difficult if you keep the ball at your feet. He’s a player that is different, a player that in most match makes major plays.
“His conduct of goals is crucial for the team. It isn’t easy for a midfield player to score so many goals through this stage of the summer season. They could alter the score of the match at all.”
Pellegrini maintains unbeaten merry jog
Pellegrini never lost a game in the Premier League played 26 December and 4 January. The win over Southampton means that the introverted, director of Manchester City from June 2013 to June 2016, has now won eight and drawn two of those 10 games he was responsible of throughout the festive period.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has won eight, drawn one and lost one in the exact identical interval in England, with ex-QPR along with Tottenham boss Gerry Francis never defeated within this post-Christmas interval.
Hasenhuttl unhappy with Saints mistakes
The game was that the fourth largest match in charge of Southampton for Austrian Ralph Hasenhuttl, who replaced the sacked Mark Hughes earlier this season.
Hasenhuttl has now won 2 and lost a few of those told BBC Sport:”How we lost it had been too easy, we did not play such a good match.
“In case you give it away as if we did then you don’t need to triumph. We’re maybe not too fresh and maybe not speedy, [or] sharp to acquire the next balls.
“Their goals were too easy, one from beyond the package and one from a large part we’d.”