There was a lot of optimism surrounding Sean Dyche’s Burnley heading into this Premier League campaign.
Last season, they finished seventh in the table, securing Europa League qualification after putting in a tonne of solid defensive displays throughout that term.
However, those sort of solid defensive displays look to be a thing of a past, while going forward Dyche’s men have also been underwhelming.
Youngster Daniel Agyei, though, could just be the individual to help Dyche’s side out in regards to the latter.
Outside of his strikers and Johann Gudmundsson, Dyche does not have players capable of offering much in the final third and influencing play there.
Considering that, the Englishman could perhaps do with some fresh impetus and just another option in general with Agyei being an individual who could provide him with exactly that.
While Agyei’s preferred position is up front, the 21-year-old is also capable of playing out wide where he can do a lot of damage.
With his pace and power, he can be difficult to stop when he is running at defenders, while his dangerous left foot and ability in the air could add some serious goal threat to Burnley’s team.