Jordan Graham has revealed to Wolverhampton Wanderers’ official site that Kenny Jackett has advised him to take all his side’s set pieces.
Graham has only just broken into Wolves’ first team, but Jackett has been keen to give the youngster responsibility from dead ball situations.
Graham has set up three goals in his last two appearances, and the 20-year-old is enjoying his time in the first-team.
“The gaffer just said to me ‘you’ve got really good dead ball deliveries from free kicks and corners, the boys have always said in training your crossing is really good so get on all the set pieces and get them in to the right areas,', Graham explained.
“So hopefully I can continue with the good standard of crossing.
“I’m really enjoying it, I’m having a lot of the ball the boys are trusting me, they give me the ball a lot and tell me to just go out there and enjoy myself."
Graham’s performances since he broke into the starting line-up at Molineux have been highly impressive, and he looks to be a wonderful talent.
The academy graduate is a natural in possession, and he recently scooped the November Player of the Month award.
Graham is starting to establish his place in Jackett’s preferred XI, and his latest performance against Nottingham Forest was particularly eye-catching.
Graham was a constant threat in the fixture, but he was unable to help Wolves secure the three points, with the match finishing as a 1-1 draw.