Ghana and Aston Villa winger Albert Adomah has heaped praise on teammate Jack Grealish following the midfielder’s inspiring run in the Championship this season.
The 22-year-old England youth international has contributed immensely to Villa's seven-game winning streak after returning from an injury layoff in December.
He has made six starts so far, providing two assists for free-scoring Adomah.
"Since Jack [Grealish] came back in, he's been immense," Adomah told BBC WM.
"Even if he doesn't score, he produces magic. He creates things from nowhere.
"He's always producing assists. It's down to the team that I'm scoring so many goals but, if I keep on scoring and the team is winning, then that would make most happy," he added.
Adomah is Villa's topscorer in the Championship with13 goals. They are currently second on the log which could automatically guarantee the side’s qualification to the Premier League next season.