The Stade de Reims midfielder has shed light on the way he alters his game when paired by either Prince Oniangue or Antoine Devaux in the middle of the park.
Speaking to the Reims official website, Gregory Bourillon has revealed that he is happy to adapt his game to suit whoever partners him in the middle of the pitch in Ligue 1.
Bourillon was on song against Nantes at the weekend, opening the scoring for Reims on 13 minutes. Goals from Algerian right-back Aissa Mandi and Franco-Cameroonian forward David N’Gog gave the club of the Champagne region a firm lead, before Ismael Bangoura responded for the Canaries.
The 3-1 victory have put Reims on 35 points after 22 games, meaning they sit in 12th position in Ligue 1.
The club’s coach Jean-Luc Vasseur will be happy with his midfield options this season, where Bourillon competes for a place with Prince Oniangue and Antoie Devaux.
The weekend goalscorer has admitted that he is pleased to play alongside either man.
“They both have completely different styles,” Bourillon began, “Antoine is maybe more offensive than Prince.
“I adapt depending on the player who is next to me. There are different characteristics, every game is different, but the key thing is to play. Each one of us adapts to the other.”
Reims travel to Montpellier at the weekend looking to put even more space between they and the bottom three.