Marco Silva believes there is still more to come from Harry Wilson – despite the winger’s superb start to his Fulham career.

The former Liverpool wide man scored twice in the 7-0 thrashing at Blackburn on Wednesday and has quickly become one of the most integral parts of Silva’s adventurous Fulham side. Wilson has scored five times and added six assists in thirteen appearances for the Whites, but the Portuguese head coach feels the 24 year-old can still take his game to the next level.

Silva told his pre-match press conference yesterday:

“Harry has technical qualities and he is also a team player. He enjoys the training sessions, he enjoys the matches and that’s the main thing. We are really happy to have him here and I just see him improving in the next few weeks. He has the talent. If he shows more calm to make that last pass, or that last decision, with that calm he will get better and better – and score even more goals.”