Nathan Jones vows to make Saints striker Che Adams a prolific marksman

New Southampton boss Nathan Jones vows to make Saints striker Che Adams a prolific marksman after watching the Scottish international bag his sixth goal of the season in defeat to Liverpool

  • Nathan Jones believes he can turn Che Adams into a prolific striker at the club 
  • The new Southampton manager saw Adams score in the 3-1 defeat to Liverpool 
  • Scottish forward has scored 23 Premier League goals in 109 games for Saints 
  • Jones left Luton to replace Ralph Hasenhuttl in the Southampton hot seat 

New Southampton boss Nathan Jones has promised he can turn Che Adams into a prolific marksman.

Jones watched Adams score his sixth goal of the season but also miss a couple of good chances in the 3-1 defeat at Liverpool which kept Saints in the relegation zone. 

But he is convinced he can improve the Scotland international’s record of 23 league goals in 109 games and help the club stay in the top flight

New Southampton boss Nathan Jones thinks he can turn Che Adams into a prolific striker 

‘Every striker who I have worked with scores goals at whatever level,’ said Jones, who was hired from Luton Town last week to replace Ralph Hasenhuttl.

‘I want us to be a real fluent attacking side that is hard-working and wants to entertain. Fans can’t get behind a team that is easy to beat and concedes three goals every week.’

Adams was on target for the Saints during their 3-1 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday 




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