The owner of the Royals is fascinated by the Nigerian star’s outstanding performance against Marco Silva’s cabin team on Saturday night
In the 2-1 away game against Fulham in Reading on Saturday, Ovie Ejaria’s performance left head coach Veljko Paunovic overwhelmed.
Still immersed in the joy of their last 3-1 victory over Peterborough United, the Berkshire-based team went to London to expand their excellent performance against the Farmers.
This ambition was achieved by a Nigerian-born former England youth international who scored a goal, while the hosts scored the only goal by replacing Rodrigo Muniz.
After the end of full-time, Egaria came home with the best player award, which made his Serbian boss very happy. He was full of lyricism for his outstanding performance and the other members of his team.
“Ovey’s performance is amazing-we have been seeing this in his training, and we encourage him to show it more in the game. He has great talent,” Bonovic quoted Club website.
“In the second half, some players reached their limits physically. But they went all out.
“It was a wonderful game, a beautiful day and a wonderful atmosphere. We executed our plan very well. I am very satisfied with the performance of our team.
“Fulham played very, very well, it was difficult. But with courage and determination, character and composure, and good execution of our game plan, we succeeded in winning this very important victory for us-especially in We scored a total of 7 points within a week.”
Reading welcomes Middlesbrough to the select car rental stadium in the next league game, and the Serb has turned his attention to Borro of Neilwohnock.
“We started to reorganize and get better,” he continued.
“We now have a full week to prepare for the next home game against Middlesbrough. We must now start to focus on ourselves, from one game to another.
“But we have restored our confidence and our identity, we can look forward to improving and looking forward to the next game.”
Ejaria witnessed every minute of the game with Tom Dele-Bashiru, Chelsea loanees Baba Rahman and Andy Yiadom.
Even so, Reading scored 10 points in eight league games and ranked 14th in the Championship standings.