"He's (Davide Somma) done brilliant to be fair,"
"We sent him out on loan last season, he started this season with a bang and then he was out of the team because of the formation we were playing, but he's scored whenever he's come off the bench.
"He's still got a lot more work to do with his overall play, but he's certainly got that one thing that a striker lives off and that's knowing where the back of the net is."
footymad.net report Grayson saying
"He can shoot with both feet, he's strong, he works hard and he's got all the right ingredients. But to go from League Two to the Championship in half a season shows what the lad is capable of and I'm delighted we've got him."
With football 365.co.za adding
"His goal ratio to starts is quite phenomenal - he has a real eye for goal.
"It's easy to sit here and say I knew what he could do because that's why I signed him, but what we've seen in training is that he has a natural eye for the back of the net.
The following day The Daily Star have a further quote from Simon Grayson
“We are delighted. With Aidy’s (Boothroyd) teams, you know it’s going to be a physical game.
“The two wide men were exceptional. (Robert) Snodgrass and (Max) Gradel have fantastic quality and I was delighted with their performances.
And CoventryMad refer to Simon Grayson talking to the Press Association
"We knew we would be involved in a battle today and we had to scrap, and I thought that we did that.
"We couldn't get the goal we needed before half-time, but I thought there wasn't too much wrong with the first half. But when we got the goal, we saw the game out in a professional manner.
"We told the players at half-time that they had to be patient and keep doing the same things. We created some really good chances and the overall performance of the team was pleasing."