Boss' praise for RoyalsNigel Adkins says that winger Garath McCleary has the ability to be unplayable, as he showed this weekend.
The 26-year-old put in a superb performance in the 4-1 win over Doncaster, scoring one and setting up every one of our three other goals in an emphatic win.
He can count himself unlucky not to have been named man of the match, such was Pavel Pogrebnyak's excellence on the day, and the boss praised our wideman.
Adkins said, "With Garath, he is unplayable at times.
"He has to keep believing in his ability, stepovers on both feet, pace, dynamism and the ability to create goals and score.
"With that, he will be a massive threat to anybody."
Danny Guthrie was also impressive again, having been nominated for the Football League player of the month award in September.
Adkins commented, "Danny has been outstanding and it was a fantastic finish from him for the first goal, right in the top corner.
Lastly, Adkins brought in Adam Federici in place of Alex McCarthy, and the 'keeper put in a very good display between the sticks.
Nigel said, "Alex has had a fantastic season and we're delighted to have Feds and Stuart Taylor as well. Feds played very well, we've got great confidence in them, as well as several youngsters improving all the time.
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