Are we not happy that he is in our team- Wagner on Rowe call- up

Wagner on Rowe’s call-up: ‘We can be very, very glad that he is in our team.’

David Wagner has praised Jon Rowe for his hard work after the young Norwich City winger was named in the England Under-21 squad.

Rowe’s call-up for matches against Serbia and Ukraine in the upcoming international break is the latest recognition of a strong start to the season and the latest step in his rapid development, which has seen the 20-year-old score five goals out of ten. Championship matches for Norwich.

“When you see how good the England U21 team is, it gets even bigger,” Wagner said.“But he deserves it. He worked very hard and was also very patient at the right times.

And then he took his risk. It’s clear that in these ten games he hasn’t performed well, but he’s a young boy and there’s still a lot to improve. But he listens.

He likes to improve. He is happy to continue and I hope that tomorrow (in Coventry) he can perform at the highest level again.

“But it’s quite important and it’s also interesting to see how we handle the situation like that and obviously he handled it very well, always calm and with his feet on the ground, which is very, very important, and I think we have a bandage.”

When a time comes where maybe he starts to fly and then they bring him back to earth.

“But he’s a good character, he knows he deserves the praise he gets, but he also knows he had to work very hard for it and the most important thing is he knows if he continues this “What he’s doing. What he’s done so far.”, that won’t be enough for the future.

He must have times now where he needs to invest more and he will. Let’s hope he stays in good health. health. We are very, very lucky to have him on our team. “I am very happy with the steps he has made since then.

And now we need to make sure that we support him, that he stays as focused as possible, because that’s the most important thing.

Don’t let the noise drive you away. Stay focused on what you have done and what you will do. And hard work. It is important.”

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