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Steve Cooper raves about ‘fantastic’ Nottingham Forest star.

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Steve Cooper has delivered his verdict on Nottingham Forest star Morgan Gibbs-White. The attacker has been striving to hit his very best form and his head coach feels he’s getting close.

The 23-year-old didn’t get much recovery time during the summer. He helped the England under-21 team win the European Championships and that cut into the pre-season campaign with Forest.

Gibbs-White was handed a rest earlier this month against Brentford but he’s been back in the team for the last two games. The player is also set to play against Liverpool this afternoon.

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The player signed for Forest from Wolves shortly after the 2022/23 campaign had got underway. He could eventually cost the club around £40 million, with a £25 million fee paid to Wolves upfront.

Cooper hails Forest star Gibbs-White

A lack of goals and assists certainly hasn’t been through a lack of trying for Gibbs-White. The Forest man played a part in both goals against Luton last week and he does look to be edging back to his best.

New England U21 captain Morgan Gibbs-White loving spotlight after big-money  move | The IndependentCooper agrees and ahead of today’s game, he told The Sun (Print Edition; page 68): “He’s played well the last couple of games. I certainly think he has played poorly at all. Goals and assists are what you need from attacking players. But his effort levels are fantastic.”

Gibbs-White is one of the most respected players in the dressing room at Forest. He’s adored by the fan base too and hopefully, he can find a way to score goals as the season progresses.

Gibbs White needs to stay in the team

Okay, so Cooper has perhaps alluded to the fact that Gibbs-White needs to score more goals and create more assists. However, he’s hit the nail on the head by praising his work rate.

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Nobody works harder than Gibbs-White in the Forest team. Even when things don’t go according to play on a matchday, he’s always asking for the ball and never goes into hiding.

The challenge for Gibbs-White is consistency in the Forest team. If he can become more consistent when it comes to goal contributions, the Reds will have a serious player on their hands.

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