AZ Alkmaar midfielder Calvin Stengs has shown great faith in Myron Boadu despite his struggles, saying PSV Eindhoven should be cautious of the Ghanaian striker when the two clubs meet in the Eredivisie on Wednesday.
The frontman has not had much joy in front of goal in his last nine games, scoring just one goal in those games.
Boadu, who will be celebrating his 20th birthday on Thursday, last scored for the Reds came in the 3-1 win against Vitesse on December 23, 2020.
However, his teammate Stengs continues to have faith in Boadu.
According to Stengs, top matches are Boadu's specialty.
"He will get more space in those matches," the AZ attacker explains in an interview with Algemeen Dagblad.
"And then he is very dangerous, because opponents then almost leave him in the front. Then he is gone in no time." AZ coach Pascal Jansen also continues to have faith in the struggling Boadu.
"He may be doing less this season when it comes to goals and assists, but we must not forget that he is still very young. He knows peaks and troughs and the trick is to keep those troughs as short as possible...”
Boadu has netted 4 goals in 13 games so far this season.