Anderson display hailed by boss
Manuel Pellegrini says there is even more to come from West Ham ace Felipe Anderson after he sank Southampton last night.
Anderson's six-minute brace in the 2-1 win over Southampton dragged West Ham into the Premier League's top 10, much to the delight of the Hammers boss.
The Brazil playmaker's quick-fire double cancelled out Nathan Redmond's scrambled goalmouth finish as the Hammers battled hard for victory at St Mary's.
The accomplished 25-year-old now has eight goals and two assists for the Premier League season, and Pellegrini says he can get even better.
"He loses too many balls - he will continue improving," said Pellegrini. "He must understand the Premier League is difficult if you keep the ball at your feet.
"He is a different player, a player that in every game makes important plays.
"His run of goals is important for him and the team. It's not easy for a midfield player to score so many goals by this stage of the season. He can change the score of the game in any moment."
Michael Holland is a reporter with over two decades of journalism experience. A Bolton fan, Michael often writes football articles, as well as having a strong knowledge of golf, cricket and Australian sports.