Bristol City winger Antoine Semenyo says he is content with his performance for the Championship side though he wants to push more.
Semenyo, 21, has played 25 games in all competition for the second tier side this campaign scoring twice and providing six assists but he maintains that he wants to offer more though per the standard, his performance is ok.
“I’d say it’s gone a lot better than I thought it would have but I have to keep pushing, keep practicing and progressing. I have the team on my shoulders, they’re backing me up so I have to keep pushing.” Semenyo told Robins TV
“It’s coming, it’s coming! I need a bit more composure but it’s the little details and hopefully that goal will go in.
“They’ve showed me lots of clips on different positions I’ve struck from where I can assess if I’m leaning back or putting too much power on a shot. They’re helping me a lot so when it nestles in the back of the net I will go to them and thank them!”
Semenyo returned from loan at the beginning of this current season from Sunderland and has risen to become one of manager Dean Holden’s trusted players.