Southampton forward, Kamaldeen Sulemana, believes despite playing a good game against Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League over the weekend, there was a lot he could have done better.
The 20-year-old was handed a starting berth in just his second game for the club having come off the bench against Brentford prior to the fixture with Wolves.
In his full debut, the Ghana international completed the most dribbles in the game and made one key pass but Southampton failed to beat Wolves at the St. Mary’s Stadium.
Reflecting on his performance, Kamaldeen said: It’s a good start but I could have done better with the finishing as well.”
“I put myself in so many situations where I should have at least hit the target. I think I did decent but that’s not my best game.
“I hope to bring more to the team and cause more problems for the opponents,” he added.
With the loss, Southampton continue to languish at the bottom of the league and have now parted ways with manager Nathan Jones.
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