Brighton boss Graham Potter praises Leandro Trossard’s ‘arrogance’ in the run-up to the big showdown with Manchester United as he insists the star’s tremendous confidence will help him thrive … just days after scoring his first goals. Belgium had scored.
- The Brighton boss is impressed by Leandro Trossard’s confidence
- Graham Potter believes that Trossard should score more goals to develop his game
- Potter believes Brighton’s achievements are not reflected in their results
Graham Potter believes that Leandro Trossard’s ‘arrogance’ will only increase his chances of playing for Belgium in the Euro this summer.
The Brighton forward scored his first international goals in a weekday World Cup qualifier against Belarus, placing himself firmly in Belgian manager Roberto Martinez’s plans.
Potter now hopes that Trossard will show the same sense of confidence in helping Brighton thrive in today’s big game at Manchester United.
Brighton manager Graham Potter has praised Leandro Trossard’s confidence and confidence
Trossard celebrates after scoring the winner against south coast rival Southampton
‘I use the word [arrogance] but not in a negative way, ”Potter explained.
‘Just a belief in his own ability, a belief in what he can do, a confidence in himself and his teammates.
He has come to the Premier League from Belgium and has gotten better over time. The more he assists and the more he scores, the more he will believe in himself, I’m pretty sure. ‘
Trossard, 26, signed from Genk just under two years ago and his recent pivotal match winner against Southampton was a sign of his improvement this season.
And Potter has no doubt that the attacker can make his way to Belgium’s starting XI for the first match at the European Championship this summer.
Potter believes that Trossard must score more goals and register more assists to start for Belgium
“He is determined, he wants to improve his career and he knows the importance of the stage he is in,” added the Brighton boss.
He wants to become the number one in the world internationally and he knows he has to improve his goals and assists to take his career to the next level.
And I think he’s probably feeling a bit unlucky, just like our team.
“We haven’t had the margins in our favor over our performance, so until you get the goals and the points and get the job done, he’s not one to laugh too much and just keep working.”