Vincenzo Montella feels Milan haven’t yet seen “the best” out of Suso and Italy prodigy Gianluigi Donnarumma.
In the 4-2 defeat to Napoli, Suso scored a stunner and provided an assist.
“Suso hasn’t given his best yet. He has enormous potential, but needs to grow in his consistency and also self-confidence,” the Coach told Mediaset Premium.
“He is a little shy and ought to take more risks in the final third. He has to be more incisive, because he has the quality to do that.”
The Spanish winger isn’t the only young talent emerging in the Rossoneri camp, as Donnarumma made his senior Italy debut in a 3-1 friendly defeat to France this week.
He became the youngest ever Azzurri goalkeeper at the age of 17.
“Donnarumma is amazing in the calm way he experiences this notoriety and responsibility. It’s not easy to be the goalkeeper of Milan and now even the Nazionale.
“He could risk a few slip-ups in the way he deals with the day to day work, but instead his calm is truly devastating. He has enthusiasm and a notable desire to work, learns very quickly and it makes things much easier for him.
“Plus we have a very good goalkeeping coach who has the same principles of football as the rest of the squad.”