Scott Hogan has lost his place in the side to Lewis Grabban as he continues to be used as a substitute, but will be looking to improve on his recent form from here on in until the end of the season.
Indeed, the 25-year-old has contributed a healthy amount of goals in the current campaign, but has failed to make the most of limited opportunities in the side as he continues to struggle.
Therefore, Hogan will need to be as good as Robert Snodgrass from here on in, as a rich vein of goalscoring form could help fire Villa to the Premier League.
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