Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Warburton has showered Eberechi Eze with praise after his brace ensured victory in the 2-0 win over Preston North End.
Eze scored a goal in each half of the Championship clash to end the Hoops seven-game winless run.
The Super Eagles prospect opened the scoring at Loftus Road in the 17th minute and later sealed the victory for the hosts in the 67th minute.
Reacting to the win, Warburton hailed the player as an exceptional talent who can become a football great if he maximizes his talents.
“There are no limits for Eze but it is down to him and how hard he works. He is a tremendous talent, he’s got great character on and off the pack,” he told QPR TV.
“Right now I want him to enjoy his football. I need him to understand how hard he needs to work to maximise the talent he has.” [sic]
“He has a lot of quality with the ball, we want to work on his quality off the ball. He is a talented boy, he is playing exceptionally well for us, scoring goals and I hope he can continue his development as well,” he concluded.
The 21-year-old midfielder has featured in all 20 league games for QPR this term, and has scored nine goals in the process.