Everton boss Ronald Koeman has told the Daily Mirror that Liverpool’s Adam Lallana lacks a cutting edge.
Lallana has been one of England’s star players at Euro 2016 so far, but he is yet to hit the back of the net.
Lallana has had good chances against both Russia and Slovakia, but failed to convert.
And the Everton boss said: “Adam Lallana has had a few chances so far and I was surprised that a player of his talent has won 26 England caps yet never scored at international level.
“Lallana is skilful, creates openings and assists others with his clever movement and high work-rate. But he needs to find an end-product. He needs to discover that clinical touch.”
Lallana has been nursing an injury throughout the week, but he is likely to start against Iceland in England’s match later this evening.
The attacking midfielder has looked like one of the Three Lions’ most creative players so far, but he has been more guilty than most of missing when when placed.
Lallana’s goalscoring issues have also been highlighted throughout the campaign at Liverpool.
The former Southampton man has been in fine form since Jurgen Klopp took charge, but he only managed to score five Premier League goals last term.
Lallana is likely to play a key role for Liverpool next season, although competition for places at Anfield is set to increase.