Australian National Team boss Graham Arnold has heaped praise on Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic, insisting that he is back to his best.
As quoted by the Glasgow Times, Arnold stated that the 28-year old is reaping the rewards, putting in good performances for the Hoops under Ange Postecoglou due to him being happy both on and off the park.
“He is obviously in great form, and I know Tommy very, very well.
“I know when Tommy is very, very happy off the field; then he brings that energy on the field.
“It’s like anything in life, you have two parts of life, one is professional, and one is personal, and you need those two working together and connecting together and that’s when you get the best out of people and players performs Tommy is in great mental shape at the moment, physically his body well he is well and I can’t wait to see him.”
Under Ange Postecoglou, Rogic has looked back to his best at times showing form we haven’t seen from him in years which earned him his recall to his National side.
Of course, Ange is more than familiar with the attacking midfielder from his time as coach of the Socceroos and is looking to get the best out of Rogic once again.
Consistency has been the main problem for Rogic in the last few years, with him showing tiny glimpses of what he can still be capable of.
Fingers crossed, if we see him back in the starting lineup once he returns from international duty, we can see him keep up/return to that good form he has produced so far in the early stages of this campaign.