Matt Targett admits he appears for Jack Grealish each time he will get the ball and has set his sights on getting Aston Villa again into Europe.
Grealish has been the star man for Villa as they bounced again from narrowly avoiding relegation final season.
The England worldwide has been a driving pressure to their success with six objectives and ten assists this season.
Left-back Targett, who himself is having a superb season, heaped reward on his teammate.
“To be honest, it makes my job simple. At any time when I get the ball, the primary particular person I search for is Jack (Grealish),” he instructed talkSPORT.
“He’s so good. He does do the defensive roles however we most like him within the ‘dishonest’ place the place he doesn’t actually observe the full-back the entire method.
“After we get the ball and overturn it, that’s the primary particular person we search for, the wingers, to get us up the pitch and be a aim risk.”
Villa are ninth within the Premier League however have two video games in hand over a few of their rivals.
They face Wolves on Saturday at 5.30pm – with commentary of the sport stay on talkSPORT.
Dean Smith’s facet are simply six factors off the highest six and are nicely in with an opportunity of securing a spot within the Europa League.
Villa had been as soon as the kings of Europe successful the European Cup in 1982.
They had been then regulars within the Europa League in Martin O’Neil’s reign earlier than slipping out of the highest flight.
Their return has them eyeing extra than simply stability within the Premier League.
Targett stated: “It’s an enormous membership. The house owners have the membership have the ambition to get again into Europe. We as gamers wish to get the membership again into Europe.
“A few video games in hand, who is aware of what’s on the playing cards.”
Targett himself additionally has private ambitions of constructing it into Gareth Southgate’s England squad.
Though uncapped, the 25-year-old has impressed this season and is seeking to play his method into the facet.
He added: “I believe that was one in all my objectives this season, to interrupt into that England group. It’s a place the place it’s up for grabs. I do know Luke Shaw has been enjoying nicely, Ben Chilwell has been out and in, so there’s been no consistency there.
“I really feel like this season I’ve finished nicely and I’m going to maintain my head down, preserve acting on the pitch and if that warrants an England call-up I’d be so completely happy as that’s the purpose.
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