He’s undoubtedly one of Swansea City’s finest talents at present.
But Bersant Celina has been the subject of a fierce debate among members of the Jack Army of late.
“I think his performances have been right,” said Cooper.
“Phil Foden played wide right for me with England but he was never a wide right. We put him in that position because we felt that he would find spaces where we’d give him an opportunity to touch more of the ball than if he was at 10.
“Sometimes when you play number 10, you just get marked. Of course, to play really well you’ve got to find space. But if you can arrive inside in that 10 area from the side, sometimes you’re more free.
“Phil did that really well and I think Bersant has done that really well for us as well.”