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Jovic admits to questioning his current form

Jovic admits to questioning his current form when he watches his old YouTube videos

February 3, 2020 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
The Real Madrid striker insists that he does not know what went wrong with his quality with his old video serving as a constant reminder of what his capabilities are.

Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic has shed light on his dip in form and has insisted that he often questions how and where things went wrong whenever he looks at Youtube videos from previous seasons. The 22-year-old former Eintract Frankfurt star is yet to hit the ground running for Los Blancos this season but is confident of turning things around as soon as possible.

Jovic joined Zinedine Zidane's at the beginning of the season for a hefty fee of 60 million euros but has only shown glimpses of his known capablities. Having attracted interest from the Spanish giants by scoring 17 goals in 32 Bundesliga matches, the striker has failed to replicate his previous form and has been unable to break into the first team. While being used sporadically, the Serbian has scored just one goal in 21 appearances.

Prior to the closure of the winter transfer window, the Frankfurt striker was linked with a potential loan move away from the Bernabeu in order to secure regular playing time and regain his old form back. However, his side's headcoach Zinedine Zidane outrightly ruled out his sale while stressing on his importance to the team. Jovic also shares the same belief as his manager and in an interview in Serbia as revealed Spanish publication AS, the 22-year-old highlighted his desire to turn his season around.

"Honestly, I'm not happy with the season, at least until now. First because I can be better.

"Sometimes on YouTube I see videos of me last year and I ask myself 'what happened?' But we all know that Real Madrid is a huge club and the players it's difficult for the players with experience to get used to it. And even more for 21-year-olds they have paid €60 million for. The pressure is huge, I have fought until now without success. But hope the situation changes.

"I will tell you sincerely, I never had doubts about my quality," he added.

"I always believed that I had the talent for the biggest things, I always believed that I am the best. I was just waiting for a chance. At Benfica, I didn't have it but at Frankfurt, I did. And I took advantage of it because they believed in my talent.

"At the start at Frankfurt, it was tough but the most important thing is to believe in your ability. Sometimes, you have to have luck but I am happy. I'm happy for the chance I for at Frankfurt. We will see what happens in the future."


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