Last Updated: Fri, 11 Oct 2013 14:16
Michel Vorm believes Wilfried Bony will become a vital player for Swansea City in the future and says he is a "goalscoring machine".
The Ivory Coast international moved to the Liberty Stadium in the summer for a club-record fee of £12million but has so far struggled to establish himself in Michael Laudrup's starting XI.
Despite his limited game time Bony has been able to find the back of the net on six occasions, four of which have come in the Europa League.
Vorm believes it won't be long before Bony, who was topscorer in the Eredivisie last season, will become a regular in the Swansea team and says he has shown enough in training to convince his team mates of his quality.
"I saw in the dressing room how extremely strong he looks. It's awesome. He looks like a beast, which is very scary," Vorm told the South Wales Evening Post.
"He does not play as much as he wants to, but he has six strikes to his name anyway. I am confident he will be a key player shortly.
"He is a goalscoring machine in training, showing great finishing skills. He keeps his cool in front of goal and his shots are venomous. He is so strong, it's out of this world."
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