Gabby Agbonlahor has backed sharp-shooter Andreas Weimann for a big role in the season finale.
Weimann has impressed Agbonlahor immensely this season with his finishing skill in front of goal.
Austrian ace Weimann has bagged ten goals in all competitions - five in the league and five in the cup.
And Agbonlahor thinks there's more to come from Weimann as the campaign comes to an end.
Weimann has been operating as part of a four-man forward line and Agbonlahor thinks he's a constant threat to opposition defences.
He said: "Andi is a good guy and a good player.
"He works really hard in training. He does all the right things and he's always looking to improve. He stays behind in training to practice all the time.
"He's got everything you need to become a great player here.
"When it comes to getting forward and being a threat in the final third, you can always look towards Andi. He's a dangerous guy in front of goal. Some of his goals this season have been top-class.
"If Andi ever goes for a period without scoring, you know it's only temporary.
"His finishing is lethal. He's the best finisher at the club. In training he's incredible. But he's clinical in games too. He's always a threat for us.
"But in training every ball that goes to him ends in the back of the net. He's a born finisher. That sort of ability is a gift.
"He's scored his fair share already this season and I'm sure there's more to come.
"He's got a big future ahead of him and it couldn't happen to a nicer guy."
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