West Bromwich Albion assistant head coach, Ben Garner believes that club record signing, Nacer Chadli has all it takes to enhance West Brom this season, but just has to be more consistent to show it week in week out. The Belgian international has yet to play a single minute of league football this season after missing the club’s pre-season tour of Austria and a return was pushed further backward after he suffered a muscle setback prior to the defeat away at Brighton. The former Tottenham man was strongly linked to a move to Swansea and his return is anticipated by Tony Pulis’s assistant.

He underwent a minor knee surgery in November that affected his form and confidence after a blistering start to his career at The Hawthorns and now apparently on his best shin guard so he won’t be plagued with another injury that could hinder his form again. He scored 4 goals in his first five matches for the club and is now close to a return. Chadli struggled for game time at Tottenham under Mauricio Pochettino who wasn’t a big fan of the player as he believes that his work rate didn’t match his undoubted talent.

Garner said recently, laying the gauntlet to Chadli to rediscover his passion for the game said, “Potentially he could be huge for us,” “His talent is undoubted. When he first came to the club, his first four or five games he was exceptional. But he needs to get back to those levels now. “He’s got all the capabilities of doing it. If he’s mentally in the right place and physically in the right place then Nacer can take us to a different level with what he can do for the team.” he added.

Chadli is an attacking midfielder known for his pace, creativity, vision. He is primarily a left attacking midfielder that can also play both from the center and on the right of an attacking midfield triumvirate. He needs to get back to form to help West Brom climb up the league table. With Unibet free bet being also known for their betting tips. The Baggies have a decent squad that should be challenging for the Europa League places and having Chadli back will help us in our quest.

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