Aston Villa boss Unai Emery is confident of much more to come from Boubacar Kamara.
Kamara featured in Villa's final two matches before the World Cup break, after recovering from a knee injury which had kept him sidelined since mid-September.
Emery has been encouraged by the 22-year-old's performances but believes there is still room for improvement. Kamara joined Villa on a free transfer from Marseille in the summer.
Emery said: “He is young but he has experience, having played for Marseille and he's been very competitive.
“My first point of view of him is that he's competitive and tactically, he's a very good player.
“He can still improve a lot but at the beginning he's been very positive for us."