Former football Keith Andrews has called on Luke Freeman to add more goals to his game if he is to become a top player.
Speaking on Sky Sports, the former Wolverhampton Wanderers and Blackburn Rovers midfielder said that the system Ian Holloway has installed plays to the strengths of Freeman, and has called on the midfielder to get into the box more.
Andrews said: "I saw him at League One level and thought he was too good for League One.
"He’s more than comfortable playing in this type of environment. What we’ve seen is that he shines with the type of management that Ollie is providing.
"I’d be critical of the goals that he scores, I don’t think he’s scores enough for the ability that he has.
"He needs to add tap-ins and arriving at the back post because he’s been given the licence to get forward at the right times."