Lee Bowyer reckons that endurance is required as Dialliang Jaiyesimi settles at Charlton Athletic.
The younger South London winger was snapped up from Swindon City on switch deadline day.
Jaiyesimi made his debut in final weekend’s 3-2 loss to Gillingham, changing the injured Jake Forster-Caskey.
Charlton TV pundit Robert Lee felt the previous Dulwich Hamlet teen ought to have crossed the ball extra to supply ammunition for Chuks Aneke and Jayden Stockley.
Requested about Lee’s feedback on Jaiyesimi, Addicks supervisor Lee Bowyer stated: “I assumed he did okay. He received himself in some good positions and I make Rob proper – he ought to’ve crossed it at instances. However he checked again, it could possibly be right down to the pitch.
“I’ve watched it again and a few time he went to cross and it was bobbling up. So I believe the pitch performed a component to a sure extent.
“He’s a younger lad and we’ve received to take note of he has solely been with us a few weeks. He’ll enhance. He labored arduous for the staff out of possession.
“Total he didn’t do too badly. However we set excessive requirements. May he have finished a bit higher at instances? Yeah. However so may everybody else, everybody makes the improper choices at instances.”
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