Bristol Rovers striker Alex Jakubiak nonetheless has a lot to work on if he’s to grow to be a high striker warns assistant supervisor Marcus Stewart.
Regardless of the on mortgage Watford ahead scoring a surprising solo aim within the 89th minute to take the Gasoline into the third spherical of the Checkatrade Trophy with a 2-1 win over Swansea Metropolis U21s , Stewart warned he has loads of areas nonetheless to work on.
Jakubiak is having one thing of a private aim of the season competitors within the Checkatrade Trophy having belted in a surprising first time blast within the 2-Zero group stage victory over Yeovil City earlier than ending on the finish of a 70 metre run, which noticed him beat two defenders and the goalkeeper on the Liberty Stadium, final night time.
“I’d like to see him get a faucet in,” Stewart mentioned.
“I’d like to see him make a run off the ball and obtain it and get a faucet in with one, two or three touches.
“However like we have now seen he has received that match successful capability when the ball is at his toes, you suppose one thing goes to occur. That’s what he has received about him.
“He’s a younger lad , and I’m making an attempt to get into his head it’s not all about scoring the perfect trying targets from 20 yards and after 50 yard runs, it’s about making an attempt to be a striker who will get all sorts of targets.
“Saying that I do perceive there are strikers who get targets in numerous methods but when you may get them in all methods you’ll be a high striker.
“The best way he has received targets for us can’t occur 20 occasions a season and it received’t so he has to seek out one other method of scoring targets to maintain ticking alongside.
“Not each participant, aside from Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo, can maintain operating from 30 yards to get greater than 20 targets a season.”