Mark Hughes has urged the Southampton boo boys to put off Nathan Redmond in a bid to get the perfect out of the winger.
Followers have vented spleen on the gifted, difficult 24-year-old, however Hughes is urging a extra constructive method with a purpose to construct up his confidence and consistency.
‘Possibly the frustration followers have had with Nathan he has at instances had along with his personal recreation,’ Hughes stated of Redmond.
Mark Hughes has urged the Southampton boo boys to put off Nathan Redmond (pictured)
Hughes is urging a extra constructive method with a purpose to construct up his confidence and consistency
‘It’s going to all the time be linked with confidence. Sure gamers have to have the arrogance that managers and coaches and followers are with them to allow them to carry out.’ Southampton play at Everton chasing a primary win at Goodison Park since 1997.
Hughes is aware of Redmond – who scored his solely Premier League purpose of final season in Might’s 1-1 draw between the edges – could be a key member of his squad as he hopes to rework Saints from relegation fodder right into a top-half staff.
‘He has the power to go previous gamers. Each staff wants that sort of participant, at the least one and possibly even two or three. A participant that may change the sport in your favour.
Redmond scored his solely league purpose of final season in opposition to Saturday’s opponents Everton
‘You need to have gamers like Redders who’ve that little little bit of stardust to have the ability to make the distinction.’ Redmond, who was capped by England in March 2017, was inventive and energetic within the opening day draw with Burnley. After a constructive pre-season, Hughes hopes there may be extra to come back.
‘Nathan has come again actually sharp, actually robust, actually targeted on what he needed to do that yr.
‘At instances, even final yr in video games in direction of the tip, his resolution making – when to take individuals on and when to retain possession – was in want of bettering, however he seems to be much more constructive and has extra confidence.
‘To me that is the important thing to Nathan. When he performs nicely it is a results of the arrogance he is obtained.’