MICHAEL Laudrup believes Wilfried Bony’s true quality is beginning to shine through at Swansea City.
The Ivorian striker claimed his ninth and tenth goals of the season when he netted a brace against Stoke on Sunday.
With half of those efforts coming in Europe, some had questioned whether the former Vitesse Arnhem man had made enough of a Premier League impact.
But Bony was initially used sparingly in top flight matches as Laudrup allowed the £12 million man time to adjust to English football.
The Swansea boss reckons Bony is now starting to show his ability.
And he stressed there is still more to come from the club’s record signing.
“We talked about him a couple of weeks ago. He and we are still trying to find his best condition,” said Laudrup.
“I’m really happy for him to score two goals.
“It hasn’t been easy for him so far because there’s always pressure when you have a certain price tag on your shoulders.
“He had a good performance on Thursday, especially the first hour when he scored a goal. I’m pleased with that.
“Scoring goals is one thing, but I can see him in training, he is getting better and better.
“Goals are important because that’s always how you’re judged as a striker.
“Now we don’t have Michu others need to score.”