The seagull striker has been on the bench in recent weeks due to his poor performance.
boss Graham Potter believes Neal Maupay has made significant progress in recent weeks after being sidelined and is ready to return.
Maupay has been sidelined in recent games againstLiverpool
and Aston Villa, and Potter has opted to use Leandro Trossard as a false nine. However, Maupay's brief absence seems to be in his favor, and his coach is satisfied with his performance in training after a few weeks.
"He's reacted really well,"
Potter told Sky Sports News.
"I would say he's taken some really big steps as a person.
"He's disappointed, of course, not to play, which is normal, (and) which is what you want, but he's handled that disappointment in a really mature supportive way to his team-mates.
"He's ready all the time to help and that's what you want.
"I think that's part of his development. It's part of something he's been working on and it's full credit to him that he's taken those steps."
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