YVES BISSOUMA will get another shot at impressing boss Graham Potter tomorrow night.

The attacking midfielder came off the bench at Newcastle for his first playing time since summer surgery on a long-standing shoulder problem.

He is lined up to play tomorrow when Aston Villa visit the Amex in the Carabao Cup third round (7.45pm).

Potter has not seen too much of Bissouma as he has only recently returned to fitness.

But the Mali international gave a glimpse of the threat he can pose with a rasping right-foot strike at St James’ Park which forced Newcastle keeper Martin Dubravka to pull off a decent save low to his right.

Although Albion dominated possession at Toon, they were unable to add to a goals tally of five in six Premier League games.

Asked if he believes Bissouma can add to his side’s goalscoring threat, Potter said: “I think so. He has got the qualities.

“It is about getting him into the right areas of the pitch, getting him to shoot at the right time and from the right places – because sometimes he shoots from maybe not the best location – but you can see his ability.

“He has only been training with us a week but you can already tell he’s that type of footballer, a free player, that can excite and get a crowd off their seats.

“He has worked hard to get back from his injury and we’re looking forward to seeing him on the pitch on Wednesday.

“It is a good game for him to get some time on the pitch.”