Grant sings praises of Kanu
The 33-year-old set up Hermann Hreidarsson to break the deadlock for
Kanu has started just twice for the Premier League strugglers this term but his strong reputation as an impact substitute has seen him called into action from the dugout 13 times.
Asked why the former
But the Israeli believes the ex-Inter Milan and Ajax star adds a dash of flare to
He said: “Football has changed a lot in the last 10 years – it has become more athletic and more aggressive.
“But I think we need to look for intelligent players like Kanu because in one move he can change the game, like he did for the first goal.
“He’s highly intelligent and thinking about the game and he’s very good for the team.”
While Grant sang Kanu’s praises after the game,
The Scot said: “Kanu is a quality player and is obviously paid vast sums of money, but that’s a different topic.
“He gave everybody a lift but I don’t think he completely influenced the game. We lost concentration at the two goals and that is a disappointment for me.”