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Bulls boss Pitman - 'There is more to come from Manset'

Mathieu Manset
Mathieu Manset has scored six goals in the last six matches

Hereford United manager Jamie Pitman believes striker Mathieu Manset is capable of playing at a higher level but he needs to be more consistent.

Manset has scored six goals in as many games but Pitman believes the Frenchman has to work on his all-round game.

"He should want more out of himself as as he's that good he could potentially play at a high level," Pitman told BBC Hereford & Worcester.

"He needs to keep doing it constantly throughout the whole game."

The 21-year-old started his career in his native France with Le Havre but was then recommended to United by the former Bulls favourite Guy Ipoua.

He is still learning and has only played in the British game for a year-and-a-half so it is a learning curve for him as well

Jamie Pitman

He earned himself a deal under former manager Graham Turner but appears to have flourished since Jamie Pitman took over as manager at Edgar Street.

Pitman says Manset has all the raw ingredients needed to make it in the game while he also has time on his side.

"He's got everything that you want in that he's left footed, strong, powerful and he has got tricks," he told BBC Hereford & Worcester.

"He just needs to be a little bit more composed in front of goal but everyone has to realise that he is still young.

"He is still learning and has only played in the British game for a year-and-a-half so it is a learning curve for him as well."



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