Date: 12th April 2017 at 11:23am
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“He was unplayable at times”. That was how Brian Dick described Che Adams` performance against Derby County in his match report for the Birmingham Mail. And he may have hit the nail on the head.

Adams has often been left frustrated in recent weeks, missing out on a place in the starting eleven. But having started the last two games – scoring two goals – Adams has done more than enough to stitch his name into Gianfranco Zola`s team sheet.

After signing from Sheffield United back in August, high hopes were pinned on Adams` chest. It`s fair to say that he took a while to settle in and the debate still lingers about his favoured and most natural position.

But week by week, the 20 year-old has showed glimpses of why Gary Rowett worked so hard to bring him in. With pace in abundance, Adams is always a threat. His work rate is endless and he makes things happen.

With Blues` current run of two wins in 22, it would be football suicide to leave Adams out at present. The next two games are against Rotherham and Burton Albion and will be no walk in the park. Zola will need his team to chase, harass and harry the opposition and, more importantly, create chances. Everything Adams is about.

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