Werder Bremen coach Florian Kohfeldt is confident that Milot Rashica will end his goal drought soon.
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Werder Bremen coach Florian Kohfeldt has backed Milot Rashica to get back on the scoresheet before too long.
Rashica hasn't hit the back of the net in his last nine games in all competitions, but his barren spell in front of goal is no cause for alarm for Kohfeldt.
"I'm sure he will rediscover his form in front of goal," Kohfeldt told Kicker ahead of Wednesday's Bundesliga game against Eintracht Frankfurt.
"Milot can win a game on his own with a single action. Not many players can do that. His commitment is beyond reproach. The way he works for the team always makes him valuable to us," the Werder coach said.
The 23-year-old, has been linked with a move away from Werder this summer, has a €35 million release clause, which will drop to €15 million if his club get relegated.
Curiously, the clause expires on June 15, at which point the Bundesliga season hasn't finished. But since the season was delayed due to unforeseen circumstances, the clause should remain active for a longer period of time, according to Kicker.
Rashica has netted 10 times in 28 games for Werder Bremen this season.