Hereford United defender Ryan Green says their French striker Mathieu Manset will be a valuable asset.
The powerful 20-year-old, who speaks no English, came on as a substitute at Rotherham on Saturday and helped secure a draw.
Green told BBC Hereford and Worcester: "He is such a big lad. He is strong and quick and we have good prospect on our hands there.
"We can use him in the air, and we are working hard with him in training."
After a disappointing start to the season the Bulls have now drawn their last three games and former Wales defender Green believes the point picked up at Rotherham will give them a big boost in confidence.
"I don't think a lot of teams will got to Rotherham and get a point, I think they will be up there at the end of the season.
"We have done well in the last three games, and the loan signings have helped us massively.
"At the start of the season we were not doing too well, and the fans did not get on our back and that has been a big factor," he added.
"We are trying get a few more clean sheets we have only had one all season and we are working hard to sort it out."
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