"He's a down-to-earth, sensible young lad," continued the former Portsmouth boss. "Having someone like his dad in his family, who has been a footballer himself and knows the ups and downs of the game, I'm sure he'll put a decent performance in [against Wolves on Friday].
"I just want to make sure that he's fully concentrating on training and games. If he does that, I'll leave him be.
"He knows where my office is and he knows that if he wants to speak to me at any time, that's not a problem."
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