The Danish playmaker was the star of the show at the KC last weekend with an assist for Harry Kane’s equaliser before a last-minute winner.
Like the rest of the lads, he’s now focused on turning around our Premier League form on home soil as in-form Everton arrive in N17 for Sunday’s 4pm kick-off.
“Everyone wants to win at home,” he stated. “We know if we want to go higher in the Premier League we have to win our home games.
“It’s a big game for us and we want to get back on track at home.
“Everton finished really well last season and they’ve been fighting back this season. We are as well.
“It’s close in the table. One or two wins and you are right up there where you want to be. We’ve won at Hull and now we’ll look to get a couple more.”