Kobbie Maino is passing excellent form in Old Trafford and in spite of his goal he has managed to keep a high level in his recent games.
The 18-year-old from Stockport knows his responsibilities and is ready to give his maximum with the Red Devils. He scored in the last game against Wolves and for ten Hag these are positive signals. The best is yet to come with the player, who can explore new positions on the pitch.
His amazing curler in the last minute of the game gave United the points they deserved against Wolves. Furthermore, his team is on a good track to becoming a real contender for the high places in the table. United are currently in seventh place 7 points behind the fourth place which is held by Tottenham.
Anything can happen till the last game of the season. The coach is pleased with Kobbie and the board also. They want to extend his adventure with United with improved terms. So his salary will be improved. According to the Mirror, his £10,000 per week will go to £20,000 per week till 2026 and he will have a stable place in the starting eleven.
He has started 8 times in the Premier League, playing 630 minutes and being on top of the midfielders. Now it is a challenge for Man Utd to find him a stable role in the team. In Old Trafford they know that every mistake costs and with the speed that transfers happen, a player can be so fast out of the team.
This seems not to be the case and the player has all the support of the club. He must find all the strength and creativity to perform well on the pitch. United shirt is a heavy one and he has to adapt quickly to new situations.
Kobbie can play well between the lines and the coach can profit from his attacking skills. He must not fall into the comfort that these moments create for him. Also, the player must think faster to solve the so-called poor games.
After all, this is United and Maino knows very well his skills and abilities to do well in the team. Each game has its specifications and the player should use different movements to create the best attacking and defensive play for his team.