Gabby Agbonlahor has said that he thinks everyone can see the improvements in the squad over the recent few weeks, and that they can only get better.
Speaking to the Official Site Gabby explained that he was excited to see where the team could go once they fully click and everyone is firing on all cylinders, and he believes that fans can see the progress being made on the pitch following all the hard work the squad put into training.
'I've obviously been in quite a few different Villa teams through the year, and I'm excited about this one. It's an improving team, I feel we are progressing each week, you see development in each game. It's a really good team in the making, but there's definitely progress already.'
Gabby adds the obvious caveat that we are a work in progress, Lambert isn't seeking a quick fix and that it's a long term plan and we should more than reap the dividends in the future, and do feel that everybody knows that and is going with it, but the problem is for many, is the plan too long term, and do we have enough about us in the here and now?
'It's a fresh approach, it's about building, getting a close knit group of young and hungry players who will develop together. Look at some of the success stories this season. We had Derrick Williams come on against QPR, he did really well and didn't look out of place. Ashley Westwood, he's come straight in and impressed everyone and then there's Matt Lowton, he looks a Premier League player and he looks like he's been playing in this division all his life. These guys will only get better.'
And they will, we just have to hope it comes together sooner rather than later.
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