Newcastle United star Kieran Trippier believes the club must find Alexander Isak’s strengths.
The tall striker has been impressive in the Premier League since signing from Real Sociedad.
Isak netted a penalty goal in the 1-1 draw with Bournemouth on Saturday.
However, Trippier believes that the team still has some work to do to get the best out of Isak.
The England right-back said: “He’s slotted in straight away and, in training and games, it’s like he’s been here for ages, but it’s more about developing as a team and finding his strengths. Everyone has seen what he’s all about. I’ve played against him in La Liga. When Allan Saint-Maximin and Callum Wilson come back, we’ll be an even bigger threat.
“He plays off the shoulder, he’s quick, he’s good in the air. We’ve got an all-round striker, at such a young age. He’ll keep growing and will keep scoring goals for us, that’s for sure. But we need goals from all over the pitch, not just him. We’ve created so many opportunities the last couple of games. we just need to start putting them in.”