“I think he’s done very well,” he told the MEN. “He certainly looks sharp and bright, he’s got good feet.
“He’s always, when he’s coming in from the wing, seems to have nothing else in his mind other than going for goal. He has that natural goal-scoring instinct.
“And I think for the time being that probably is the best position for him. There’s not the responsibility of being a Number 9, where he needs to hold the ball up. Coming in from the wing suits him: he’s quick, he reads the game pretty well and he’s scoring from chances.
“I don’t think you can ever have too many options creatively going forward. I think Jadon Sancho — as much as he’s still pretty young — he’s played a lot of Champions League football, a lot of first team football, so he’s quite an experienced player