Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri believes Juan Cuadrado can be "unstoppable" with a small tweak to his game.
The former AC Milan coach hailed the performance of his Colombian winger in the Serie A side's 2-0 Champions League victory over Sevilla on Wednesday, while offering a point of advice to the Chelsea loanee.
"He has pace and great technique when taking men on," Allegri said after the game. "Tonight he played better compared to his performances against Chievo and Udinese.
"He is starting to realise when to pass the ball. If he learns the timing and when to set up his teammates, he can become simply unstoppable."
In addition to the Colombian's impressive outing, Allegri expressed satisfaction with the entire team for their play over the course of the 90 minutes.
"The lads put in a good game, but still need to read the various moments of the match," Allegri said.
"After an intense opening 30 minutes, we should've controlled the tempo better, but instead got stretched out and created space for Sevilla in midfield.
"In the second half the team did better at reading the game, slowing the tempo and then accelerating at the right moment.
"This is the first step for a team that is still learning how to play at the top level."
Alvaro Morata, who scored Juventus' opener, matched Alessandro Del Piero's mark of scoring in five consecutive Champions League matches for the Old Lady. He spoke of his budding relationship with promising Argentine forward Paulo Dybala.
"I am happy to have scored a goal, but above all for the victory of the team," Morata said of his contribution.
"I haven't been playing alongside Paulo Dybala for long, but we have an excellent rapport and spend a lot of time together off the field too with family and friends.
"Today we tried a couple of moves, we have to continue working and in the end we'll find the right spaces."