Improving Cook praised by Hurst
MARINERS joint boss Paul Hurst heaped praise on frontman Andy Cook – saying the fans are starting to see the best of the youngster.
Against Tamworth, Cook, pictured, put in a man-of-match performance that saw the 22-year-old do almost everything but score.
But Hurst is confident that if the former Barrow man continues to put in performances like Saturday's, it won't be long before he adds to his current tally of three league goals.
Speaking to the Telegraph, Hurst said: "Andy was excellent on Saturday.
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"We see it all the time and it's nice that others are starting to see it.
"He was extremely unlucky in the first half to hit the post and he had two headers which he would have liked to have done a bit better with – but his all-round play was superb.
"He dominated them in the air and he lost very little.
"His hold-up play was very good, he looked mobile and got through the 90 minutes without starting to blow so we were really pleased for him.
"It would have been nice for him to be able to top it with a goal but if he plays like that, they'll soon come, I'm sure of that."