Following his departure to chelsea Younes is confident that doelpuntendroogte to be over
Ajax attacker Amin Younes succeeded this season is still not in the net in the Premier league, but he has thanks to the tips from assistant coach Dennis Bergkamp is confident that there will soon be an end to his doelpuntendroogte.
“Of course I am in the process of doing, it’s in my head. I know that it has to be better”, shows Younes for the camera of Ajax TV self-critical.
“But I know that it’s going to come, I have confidence in. It is important that I return in the form of last year.”
The 23-year-old German was last season’s eight-time accurate in the Dutch league, but this year about him yet, not in the completion, he scored already twice in the group stage of the Europa League. “In such a period, it all comes together. But again, you must remain positive.”
Younes get help from Bergkamp. “He talks a lot with me, which is good. He has confidence in. That is why I have confidence in. If Bergkamp trust, comes the good.”
Younes doesn’t mind that he is there in the person of David Neres, that this week, for twelve million euros were acquired of Sao Paulo, a competitor will. The former jeugdinternational is due to the absence of Bertrand Traoré (Africa Cup) and Vaclav Cerny (recovering from a back injury) is currently one of the few outside players in the selection of trainer Peter Bosz.
“Competition makes me a better player, that is clear,” says Younes. “It is always good to be with good players to train. For us it is important that Traoré and Cerny return. That is important to us.”
Ajax is busy with another fourteen games to go, the second place in the ranking and goes Sunday on a visit to laagvlieger Roda JC. The Amsterdammers have a gap of five points on the leader Feyenoord.