Former Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Mark Crossley believes that Florian Kamberi can link up with Josh Windass well throughout the season.
Kamberi arrived at the club earlier this summer on loan from St Gallen in Switzerland.
He has played three times in League One, playing against Charlton Athletic, Doncaster Rovers, and Fleetwood Town, although he has yet to score.
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Crossley attended the game against Doncaster and believes that Kamberi played well, even if he did not hit the back of the net.
And he believes that the former Hibernian striker will be able to form a partnership with Windass throughout the season as Wednesday look to return to the Championship.
Kamberi was relatively prolific during his time at Hibs, scoring 30 goals in 84 games, although he did not hit the back of the net for St Gallen either.
Speaking to This Is Futbol, Crossley explained why he has high hopes for the forward, saying: “I was at the game and a big lad called Kamberi played up front for Sheffield Wednesday and did very, very well.
“I don’t think he’s a prolific goalscorer but he’s someone Windass could play with.”