Newcastle United star Remy Cabella has told the Chronicle he feels the understanding between him and his teammates is improving.
Cabella has quickly become one of Newcastle’s key attacking players over recent performances, excelling during the win against Hull City.
“We are playing together more now and training together so sometimes with Ayo (Perez) or Moussa (Sissoko) I know them now and it’s easy for me,” said the Frenchman.
The comments are encouraging for a number of reasons but predominantly because they suggest Newcastle’s attack is going to from strength to strength.
As the understanding develops between players, they become more effective and more dangerous in terms of how they read the game and anticipate movement from their teammates.
That should help Newcastle to become more consistent in terms of creating chances and more difficult for the opposition to get on top of in terms of their defensive tactics.
Newcastle boss John Carver will also be encouraged that Cabella is developing positive relationships with other attacking players.
It’s now down to the midfielder to improve his partnerships with other players to ensure there are no weak links, whether that’s in attack or how he interacts with the defence to get play moving forward.
It’s also important he helps his teammates understand more about the way he plays so they can read what he’s going to do and compensate for it in big games.