Rangers wide man Daniel Candeias has managed to consolidate his spot in the starting XI this season, but there is still more he can do to get the most out of his ability.
The 30-year-old was one of the more lively players involved in the 1-0 defeat to Aberdeen at the weekend int he Scottish League Cup semi-final and has the quality to breeze past most defenders in one-on-one positions.
But the Portuguese winger has just one goal and four assists in 17 games across all competitions this campaign, which is not high enough considering the amount of positions he gets in.
The attacker just needs to try improve his decision making in the final third and that should see his assists tally shoot up.
Gerrard can drill so much into Candeias about how to work on that part of the game, but the experienced player has to help himself too.
Candeias gets into so many brilliant opportunities during games and would jump up to dizzy heights if his crossing can improve.
He’s got the quality to lay the ball on a teammates head, but the split decision in key moments is just escaping him.
Candeias managed 13 assists across all competitions last season for the Gers, but if he can convert that tally closer to 20 then it would make him one of the best attacking talents in Scottish football.