Stephane Sessegnon is actually a best example for Saido Berahino to follow, West Brom captain Darren Fletcher stated.
West Brom captain Darren Fletcher urged Saido Berahino to understand from Stephane Sessegnon and work his way back in to the 1st team.
Sessegnon is back in Tony Pulis’ plans and scored in his side’s 2-1 win more than Stoke City on Saturday, months after upsetting his manager by taking a taxi from Newcastle just after getting left out from the matchday squad.
Berahino wants a equivalent turnaround in the club, amongst the substitutes for the ninth straight Premier League game.
Fletcher mentioned the 31-year-old Sessegnon was the perfect example for Berahino, who scored 14 league ambitions last season.
“Saido is here plus a part of a squad and is well-liked,” Fletcher stated.
“Sess is an example to every person. The way I usually treated it when I wasn’t inside the team was I took it personally and trained as difficult as I could and tried to show the manager and use it as a motivation and a fuel.
“Saido is a superb kid who is not in the team suitable now but he’s got to keep his head down mainly because he’s an awesome talent and he’s got many years to play.
“This might be a great studying experience for him.”
Sessegnon’s goal in the Hawthorns was cancelled out by Jonathan Walters before Jonny Evans scored a late winner for West Brom.
Fletcher hailed Evans, a former team-mate of his at Manchester United, and said he was shocked the 28-year-old was at West Brom.
“We have been very lucky to acquire Jonny in the 1st spot simply because he’s a top rated, prime player,” Fletcher said.
“I was shocked none on the so-called top-four clubs have been looking at him due to the fact he is best class.”