Coventry City manager Mark Robins has paid tribute to Bright Enobakhare after the Wolverhampton Wanderers loanee shone in their topsy-turvy 5-4 win away at Sunderland on Saturday, as reported by the Coventry Telegraph.
The 21-year-old scored his fifth League One goal for the Sky Blues in one of the most thrilling games anywhere in the Football League this season at the Stadium of Light
Coventry edged a dramatic nine-goal thriller on Wearside with Enobakhare, who signed for Coventry on loan in the January transfer window, capping a fine individual performance with the opening goal after just 12 minutes.
And Robins, not for the first time, has hailed the impact of his fleet-footed Nigerian forward.
“Enobakhare is just unbelievable on the ball,” said the one-time Manchester United defender. “He went through and you could see from minute one today that he was ready for the game.
“He got into a great position and opened his body up but also the accuracy and to put it beyond the goalkeeper with power and precision was outstanding.”
But the youngster could hardly be doing any more during a spell in Coventry colours to suggest that he deserves a chance under Nuno Espirito Santo.