Jack Wilshere has hailed summer signing Felipe Anderson, insisting that he is coming good at West Ham.
The Brazilian has sparkled in his last two outings, scoring twice against Burnley and once against Huddersfield Town.
Anderson, 25, joined the club for a club-record fee, and Wilshere insists he has all the ability in the world, and that he finally allied silk to the steel needed to play in England’s top-flight.
He told the club’s website: “It was difficult for him at the start.
“He came from Italy and it’s hard in the Premier League week in and week out, no matter who you are playing. You’ve got to put your foot in and be ready for the fight, and I think we can see him coming good.
“Technically, he’s up there. It’s difficult to compare him because he’s a player who can pretty much do everything. He’s got that Brazilian flair and the vision to get his head up to make a pass.
“He’s showing everyone the talent and skills he has, and he’s added a few goals as well. I think there’s more to come from him and I’m excited to see it.”