ZAT Knight has urged Chung-Yong Lee to be greedier as he continues to get back to his old self.

The Korean winger was a key figure in last weekend’s victory at Bournemouth and has been showing signs of returning to form after an indifferent start to the season.

Club skipper Knight believes the 25-year-old is starting to acclimatise to life in the Championship and, after coming through a physical first half at Dean Court, is now beginning to sparkle again.

“All of the lads are happy for him,” Knight said of his team-mate’s display at Bournemouth. “I think he’s been a bit frustrated with the way the season has gone for him so far but we all know he is a quality player.

“He not only did a shift going forward at the weekend, but he did his fair share of defensive work too.

“Early on in the game their right-back went through him a few times but Chungy picked himself up and got on with it. He’s learning to look after himself in this league and it will certainly help improve him as a player in the long run.

“There are times when he probably needs to be a bit greedier when in good positions, but I think Saturday was a reminder of what a good player we have on our hands.

“I’ve played with him for a number of years now and he’s a great guy. On the pitch he’s certainly a big player for us in this league.”