Tottenham winger Clinton N'Jie's spell at Marseille continues to disappoint.
Since moving to Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2015, Clinton N'Jie's career has faltered.
Injuries and poor form saw him fail to make an impact at Spurs last season, and since being loaned out to Marseille, he has struggled for consistency.
Tottenham's Clinton Njie
N'Jie's latest performance came in a 2-1 win away to Dijon on Saturday, in which he was substituted off after 79 minutes with the score 1-1.
He had managed just 36 touches, failing to land a shot on target, and his display was panned by the French media.
Foot01 wrote: "He did nothing good, or almost. His runs have almost all ended in turnovers, his passes often ended in opposing feet. Infuriating."
Tottenham's Clinton Njie during training
Website Football Club de Marseille also criticised his display as 'invisible', accusing the Cameroon international of 'vanishing in the fog'.
N'Jie is at least getting opportunities to play and start games, which he wouldn't be if he was still at Tottenham, but he is not doing himself many favours.
His display was a shame as it came a week after arguably his best performance yet, in which he scored his second goal in 14 appearances, in a win over Nancy.
Clearly there is more work for him to do if the 23-year-old is to show either Tottenham or Marseille that he is worth a spot in their squads next season.