Ole eager to see more of Odion
The boss reveals that our on-loan striker has already settled in with the squad, and even has his own song...
"Well for me Odion is a different type of striker for us. He's a box striker, he's a goalscorer. We've already seen in training he really knows his craft, he knows how to play as a centre forward and he's a fantastic professional and human being and he's already added to the squad. The boys have learned his song already, so they've taken to him, so I hope he's going to sharpen up quickly, because we know he's been out of season and he needs to do a little bit extra after training most of the time and we try to give him as much game time as possible. Unfortunately he didn't score against Chelsea, he had a good chance, that would have been a good start, but I'm sure he will take his chances."