New Everton sensation Lookman shares what is the weakest part of his game
By Dominic Toner
Everton youngster Ademola Lookman has revealed that he wants to address the weakest points of his game such as his finishing.
The 19-year-old has made a major impact at Goodison Park since his transfer in the January window for £11million from Charlton.
He has been integrated straight into the first-team and given the chance to impress by manager Ronald Koeman.
The left winger has made six senior appearances and his only goal so far came in the 4-0 win over Manchester City.
Lookman has claimed that he is aiming to become a better attacker by being more ruthless with his goal scoring, but is pleased by his start at the Merseyside club overall.
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“To score more goals and be more clinical – to have a part to play in every game,” Lookman said when asked about his targets, as quoted by the club’s official website. “It’s been a good start but can be better which is something I hope happens.”
Everton have been to introduce several young players this season and Lookman joins the likes of Tom Davies and Mason Holgate in the first-team picture.
Lookman has started the last three games in the Premier League for the Toffees, but was actually playing in League One in the first half of the season.
The attacker made 25 appearances for Charlton this campaign, scoring seven goals and supplying two assists.
He has made a smooth step up to the top flight and will hope to retain his place for the crucial match against Tottenham on Sunday.
Everton have slowly crept up on the top six of the Premier League after going nine league matches unbeaten, and are chasing down a European spot this season.
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