Aston Villa forward Wesley has scored just one goal since arriving in the summer.
Stan Collymore has claimed that he is becoming concerned about Aston Villa’s Wesley.
Wesley seemed to silence his doubters with his performance during Villa’s game against Everton before the international break.
However, the summer signing’s showing for Dean Smith’s side against West Ham United last night was not very impressive.
Wesley failed to pose much of a threat to West Ham’s defence, as Villa were held to a 0-0 draw in front of their own supporters.
And Collymore has suggested that Wesley looks unfit, and needs a striking coach to help him.
Concerned about Wesley. Blowing hard, finding holding it up tough & not sure what he’s thinking when he went down at the end.— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) September 16, 2019
Genuinely needs a striker coach to help him. If he can get basics right, there’s something there, but he’s not and you can see its getting to him.
Wesley has just one goal to his name in a Villa shirt so far, but Smith has continued to back him.
Smith has suggested that he is convinced that Wesley can fire Villa to safety, but how much patience he will have with the powerful forward remains to be seen.
The claret and blues have now failed to score in their last two games, and have collected just four points from their first five games.